The Dale's in Tabor City burned down. Decided to try the Whiteville location. Seafood (scallops) was undercooked. Never again.
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Small town diner Mostly fried food Good down home fun No alcohol served Sweet tea area Friendly service
The staff was friendly and courteous. Fresh salad bar and plates had large portions of food. I get mine broiled with Cajun seasoning, Awesome!
I read several of the reviews before visiting Dale's Seafood today for lunch with my sister. I was surprised when a couple of reviews complained about fried seafood - they offer broiled too, so you don't HAVE to order fried. The lunch seafood specials are...More
12 couples from our Sunday School class, along with our pastor and his family, continued our tradition of traveling the 30 miles to a neighboring town to enjoy Calabash style seafood at Dale's Seafood. Another reason for this journey is that no restaurants in our...More
We have eaten at Dale's Seafood many times on our way to N.Myrtle Beach,SC and love their food. The waiting staff are courteous and your food is on your table in a few minutes. We would highly recommend Dales Seafood if you are in the...More
This is southern fried seafood. I think it is fine for the price you pay. I had a seafood platter and it was fine. Just had or stirrers and they said they were good they seemed a little pricey.
We had dinner here Saturday night. The place was busy but the staff was friendly and accommodating. The shrimp and flounder I had was very good. I also tried an oyster and it was VERY good. We had great service and a delicious dinner.
We ate at Dales Seafood in Whiteville while traveling back to South Carolina. The flounder and shrimp and fries were excellent. They also have a wide choice of southern foods. The service was good and it must be very popular with locals because there were...More