We went here last night and it was just ok. They do not have a dedicated fryer so options are limited. The only options for sides are baked potato or rice & beans. I asked for my salad without croutons and they brought it with croutons so had to send back. No gf kids options except filet mignon. They actually state on their menu that if you have celiac you should not eat there. I’m used to seeing CYA statements on menus but never one literally telling you not to eat there if you have celiac. My son and I both have celiac and are fine though.
Decent restaurant experience. We had the Pecan Brown Butter Cod with a Grilled Shrimp Add-on, as well as the Sweet Heat Mahi Mahi. Both were passable entrees. Definitely a safe option with plenty of choices, though we would skip this on future visits given the number of other options on HHI.
The Black Marlin has GF options marked on their menu, the wait staff was knowledgeable regarding allergies and they were accommodating to create a dish for me. As I am not a seafood fan, they had sirloins/fillet/grilled chicken options as well as vegetables (the seasonal vegetable mix contains dairy, I opted for individual vegetables). The food was delicious and it was refreshing not feeling sick on vacation!
Food was delicious and staff was very friendly. Menu was marked with gluten free options which were extensive. I had the broiled scallops with side of rice and black beans and steamed veggies. We didn't have reservations and were seated outside right away. Great experience! Definitely will go back!!
My son has celiac and this restaurant was great. The gluten free items are indicated on the menu taking the guess work out. He had the shrimp appetizer and lobster tail with baked potato and veggies. Of course, being a 12 year old boy, he didn't eat the veggies, but everything else was wonderful! The only disappointment for him was the dessert. The only gluten free option was creme brûlée which was not interesting to him. I would definitely recommend this restaurant for anyone with celiac visiting Hilton Head!
Best crab legs I’ve ever had by far. They were big, juicy and had lots of meat. I could tell they weren’t soaked in water or over boiled. Cooked perfectly. I was starving and inhaled them. I just wanted more and more of them. Aaron said I had a ravenous look in my eyes and at one point was double fisting crab legs and green beans. It was a sight to be seen. The green beans were crispy and tasted great. Nothing special about the baked potato, it’s really hard to screw them up. Aaron had some fried shrimp tacos and raved about them. For desert, he had a molten chocolate lava cake and I watched him eat it.