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Milliken's Reef
Seafood Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 2:00 am
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683 Dave Nisbet Dr Cape Canaveral, FL 32920
683 Dave Nisbet DriveUSFloridaCape Canaveral32920
(321) 783-0100millikensreef.com
$$Seafood RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 2:00 am
Monday 11:00 am – 2:00 amTuesday 11:00 am – 2:00 amWednesday 11:00 am – 2:00 amThursday 11:00 am – 2:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 2:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 2:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 2:00 am
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Casual, spacious eatery near a docking port features seafood & steaks, several bars & live music.- Google
"We followed it up with a mango guava cheesecake."
"Prime rib they rave about was almost 50% fat."
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Jeff knorr
2 weeks ago
Slow service due to understaffed kitchen. Server did her best but we waited over an hour for our food. Fish was raw in center. Ribs were cold but chicken on same plate was hot. They took 10% off bill. We had a 10% off coupon from our hotel where the place had been recommended. Hard to understand why kitchen could not keep on Father's Day. Disappointed in the meal.
Cary Williams
2 weeks ago
Went there with friends and their daughters. We were surprised to find a woman at the entrance, complete with sleeping Chihuahua on her desk, inquiring if we would like a "free cruise" (if only we toured her condos or whatever she was hocking). Welcome to Milliken's. Upon entering, we were told to wait while the hostess took a call rather than placing the party on hold. After a minute with the alleged hostess still chatting on the phone, a waiter eventually seated us. The interior of the restaurant has vents with an inch of dust on them, which gave me the impression that if they are willing to display this amount of filth openly to the diners, what degree of cleanliness could the unobservable kitchen possibly be in? Our over-bearing and shrill-talking "waitress" Becca came by to take our orders. After interrupting our conversation, she seemed flustered that we were not immediately ready to order at a time apparently most convenient for her, and continued to repeat "no problem, no problem." I ordered the surf and turf, with the ribeye steak requested to be cooked medium-rare. My food arrived with both the steak and the lobster being thoroughly well done. In addition to it being incorrectly prepared, the steak was incredibly thin, had little to no seasoning and was devoid of marbling, Becca again seemed flustered that I asked to have the meal returned and began a diatribe of how difficult it is to cook such a thin steak (begging the question: Does the kitchen need to buy such thin steaks or are they just incompetent at properly cooking such meager cuts of meat?) She then snatched my plate out from under me just as I was taking my lost bite of overcooked lobster and said she was going to fix my steak, but left us all puzzled how you uncook a piece of overdone meat. My steak was returned essentially raw in the middle, and by this time the remainder of the table were concluding their meals. I asked for the steak to be packaged so I could take it with, and the intrusive Becca brought a styrofoam box akin to those Big Macs are served in, with no offer to have the kitchen properly box it for me, and dropped it on the table. To her credit, Becca was always quite quick to upsell beverages, desserts, etc. though slow to refill waters. No effort was made to comp a dessert or send management staff, although a slovenly dressed individual did come by to inquire if we had any requests for the piano player who had yet to start playing. Perhaps the most inappropriate part of the service was the ending when Becca thrust her hand in front of me to shake it, stating "She had a blast serving us". Really? She then went around to all but one of our friends' daughter--the older 17 year old--insisting we shake her hand.Rather than being cordial and courteous, she was offensive bordering on the bizarre. It is clear this restaurants targets the cruise ship crowds, hoping they can fleece every nickel possible from them during their one-time visits. As a local, I will not only never return, but convey to everyone I know to avoid this restaurant at all costs. Between the truly weird and discourteous staff, sub-par food, steep prices and lack of overall cleanliness, I only regret I cannot give this establishment zero stars. This place however would be a prime candidate for Gordon Ramsay to produce an episode of "Kitchen Nightmares".
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Joshua Kogut
2 months ago
Celebrated my anniversary here. Order the Sea Bass. $26 price of fish. Came out on a huge plate with nothing else but a small lump of potatoes. 1/4 into it found a huge bone. Called Manager over and all she could do was to offer a free drink. Everyone around us got bread but us. Server seemed geniounly disinterested in working that night. $85 dollars for 2 dinners and 3 drinks. So not worth it.
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Itzel M
2 weeks ago
Loved this place! Romantic and laid back. All my food was fresh and they only serve wild fish witch is huge for me!
K Mart
2 weeks ago
Had a WONDERFUL experience here. Me and my gf decided to be spontaneous and try somewhere new to eat for dinner. We decided to drive to the fish lips area since we have never been to any of those restaurants and stumbled upon Millikens Reef. The building looked well kept and was clean both inside and out. As soon as the doors opened it was a beautifully decorated interior definitely had a private intimate feel every table had was candlelight and the ambiance was warm and inviting. Had a nice theme to it as well with the kind of like an upscale beach party theme. The back wall for the indoor seating is glass and overlooks the water. They also had a dock outside that wraps around the building. We did the outdoor seating where they had torches lit, to keep bugs away and every table still had lit candles. They had an outdoor bar area if that's your thing as well as a dance / music area made out of beach sand! We arrived while the live entertainment was there. Anyhow when it came down to the food. IT was DELICOUS! I had the Snapper Hemingway, my gf had the Trinidad&Tobago curry chicken dish! We followed it up with a mango guava cheesecake. All generous portions, was cooked and seasoned well and was the best meal i've had in a while. One thing I would also like to note about the fish, before I ordered I asked if the fish was farmed or wild. The server went inside to ask the manager and to my surprise ALL of the fish they use there are wild. The price, my meal cost $25 and my gf's meal cost $15. So for the value, it is definitely worth it. I will be back!
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Paige Bleck
2 months ago
Very pretty restaurant. I don't think it was worth the price of my food, considering they messed up my order twice. We had a large party but waiting three hours for my food wasn't appealing either. Oh and none of our party got their drinks. The waitresses were very nice and professional. But paying $30.00 for chicken and French fries is outrageous.
Tom Francher
3 months ago
Millikens Reef was absolutely terrible!! I am a local and I give a warning out to everyone thinking of eating there" don't!!". My Uncle got food poisoning there and we told the manager the food was terrible, but because she was obviously on drugs it must not have registered. For a $300 meal it should be a great experience and excellent food. THIS PLACE IS A TOURIST TRAP AND SUCKS!!! The service was really bad and the wait was 1 1/2h for the food. Our salads came out before our appetizers. WTF!!
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Dan Hassett
3 weeks ago
Average food, a bit over priced. Loved the conch fritters though. Great partying there on the weekends after the beach