Caseys of Baltimore restaurant
Main Street, Baltimore
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Reviewed 09th August 2013 (visited 28 July 2013 )
If you like crab claws Caseys is the place to go. Great value for what you get, and it makes eating fun. Lovely staff and the owner even called around for a chat afterwards.Cant wait for the next visit
Reviewed 06th June 2012 (visited 3 June 2012 )
Good selection of starters and all very good. Fish dishes were a bit pricey -big portions and tasty. Food was good and they are child friendly. Vegetarian was a little disappointing.
Reviewed 21st June 2010 (visited 24 April 2010 )
Nice atmosphere when we ate in this restaurant with a traditional band playing in the bar. Casey's seafood dishes are lovely but those in our party who ordered the vegetarian option or meat dishes were disappointed with their meal. It's a shame that these dishes aren't up to the standard of their seafood.
Reviewed 15th February 2010 (visited 14 February 2010 )
Booked for a party of six. The set menu appeared to have a nice choice of food. I ordered the tomato based chowder and the goat’s cheese with risotto. The chowder was more of a winter fish broth than a tomato based chowder- very tasteless. The main was served as dry risotto, with a slice of goat’s cheese on top, and burned stir fried vegetables. The main was offered with chips or salad or vegetables and potatoes. Extremely disappointing and overall very tasteless. The service was good, and the staff were pleasant.It was a very disappointing experience and not great value for money. No plan to return there.
Reviewed 09th August 2009 (visited 1 August 2009 )
ate here on August Bank holiday saturday, place was completely mobbed so service was under pressure. Excellent mussels in cream/onion/white wine starter, then fish 'n chips, very good grilled cod with a garlic butter basting, good chips, poor coleslaw (why is coleslaw not banned?) and a decent small salad served. With 2 pints of Guinness and the view the atmosphere was fantastic!
Reviewed 14th July 2009 (visited 8 July 2009 )
Had a meal included in our 2 night midweek stay and, as expected, the seafood was fabulous. I had the mussels to start, gorgeous. I had Scampi for main course, wonderfully light batter and so fresh, I'm drooling thinking of it! Yum, yum, yum.
Reviewed 23rd March 2009 (visited 15 March 2009 )
Stayed at the hotel and ate in the restaurant and it was absolutely fabulous. I went for the seafood platter and it did not disappoint delicious fresh food. My girlfriend had the lemon sole which was also lovely. The wine list was excellent as well so lots of choice for the discerning wine lover. Overall very impressed, will be back to stay and eat (and drink in their cosy little bar) in the near future.