Time for food. First up, Shrimp Nachos, covered in waves of fake cheese, which is my favorite kind of cheese. But this variety isn’t the movie theater/sports arena kind, where they ram a brick of Velveeta into a heat source and just let it fly. It’s more refined, not as viscous, and actually interacts with the delicate chips and barely visible shrimp rather nicely. I’m honestly not sure how I resist also ordering the Lobster Pizza, as one fake-cheesed seafood fusion dish is rarely enough.
There’s no better way to understand what a restaurant is all about than to get the biggest damn sampler platter they’ve got. For one thing, it tells you that said restaurant all about offering gigantic sampler platters as entrees. Also, there’s the whole expansive-range-of-food part. It’s like tapas, but all on the same oversized plate, and all costs 1/3 the price of a single croquette. The Ultimate Feast® Tender came with 1) a Maine lobster tail, 2) steamed North American snow crab legs, 3) “our signature garlic shrimp scampi,” and 4) Walt’s Favorite Shrimp. Apparently Walt likes his shrimp breaded like mad and fried. Walt’s a good dude.