Staff and management were rude and insulting. I try to patronize local businesses as much as possible, but this is the first time I hope this business fails.
The waiter allowed us to eat in when the coupon was for takeout and after receiving and eating our food, he informed us that we couldn't use two certificates. There were no blue crabs available, no sweet potato fries. The food tasted like something I could have fried myself using Winn Dixie seafood. Was not impressed.
Not really good service. The food was okay. But the voucher or listing should say no boil seafood is allowed to be bought with this voucher. Wouldn't go again
Food was decidedly average at best. Not a fan and would recommend against it.
Food was okay. Nothing to write home about. Very overpriced. Might give a try to their blue crabs when in season but otherwise not impressed. I ordered the Nola broiled Trio which had a very small fillet of Tilapia, a small serving of creamy angel hair pasta with two small shrimp as the "shrimp scampi" and three small fried shrimp as the "crab and seafood stuffed shrimp" which did not appear to be stuffed with anything- they were too small to stuff! All for $15.99. Had fried platter with calamari and clam strips which was alright and more reasonably priced per quantity. ($12.99) Sides of Fried Green Tomatoes and corn nuggets were good. Fried platter was missing the hush puppies mentioned on the menu.
From Our Editors
The brainchild of Queneller Clark, STM Seafood has expanded from an in-home business selling garlic crabs and shrimp to a full-fledged restaurant selling all sorts of seafood. Classics such as a po'boy and shrimp scampi now fill the menu, accompanied by homestyle sides such as fried okra and hush puppies. Finish your meal in a geographically appropriate fashion with a slice of Florida key-lime pie.