Seven Seas Seafood Market, Murrells Inlet

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Wish there was one of these in every place we stay. Great variety and super fresh. The staff are knowledge and helpful. Good service. And the fish and seafood are great.  more »
  • For the freshest seafood, Seven Seas Seafood Market is the best! Fish, oysters, shrimp...they're all top notch. Even if you have the best product around, you still need employees to complete the circl...  more »
  • If you are in the Surfside Beach to Georgetown area it is worth the drive to stop at Seven Seas and pick up incredibly fresh and delicious variety of seafood for your own cooking and satisfaction!!!! ...  more »
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  • We wanted fresh local shrimp and they had it. There was shell-on local shrimp, or peeled & deveined shrimp from North Carolina. We bought two pounds of the peeled and it was excellent. Boiled half of it and ate it cold with cocktail sauce, coated the other half with seasoned panko crumbs and sauteed it. Both ways were delicious.
  • This was a wonderful local place to purchase sea food. The selection of fresh caught fish was great but one thing stood out more than others. The offering of lion fish, a native of south east Asia that has invaded the eastern shores of the USA. In terms of taste though the fish is excellent, it is a light flaky fish with great taste. Though the cost might be higher than common fish such as grouper or flounder don't be afraid. It is caught by skilled spear fisherman targeting this species versus a large net or long line. I hope to see this market continue to offer this species of fish as well as helping local restaurants endorse their need to fight this invasive species. But above all it was an excellent fish to eat sold by knowledgable fisherman wanting to carry on the ability to support sustainable local fisheries.
  • Great shrimp. Prices seemed OK. My wife hates the smell of fish, so she walked in and back out. I thought it was fine though. It is a fish market after all.
  • LOVE LOVE LOVE the homemade crab cakes! Captain Ron was very friendly and helpful with information of the area. Will be back!
  • Nice place . Good selection of seafood