Probably the most traditionally Savannah dish, the Low Country Boil is something everyone who visits here should try at least once. We picked Seafoodlicious because of its outstanding reviews on Urban Spoon, and found it to be just as excellent as we anticipated. Granted, it’s not the most classy venue, but the service was friendly, the patrons were genuine, and the food was delicious. What more could you ask for?
It is a short and easy drive down La Roche Avenue, which dead ends into West Bluff Drive, to the Isle of Hope Marina where we chose to eat our lunch. The homes that line West Bluff Drive are all Low Country-style and the water inlet itself is filled with dozens of large boats, so there’s plenty to look at while you eat.
The Dish: Low Country Boil
What’s Special About It? -Kenda: “I’m not from Savannah, so I didn’t grow up with this type of food, but after I moved here I quickly became attached to the local seafood culture and the spicy flavors that the Low Country Boil is known for.”
-Eleanor: “There is so much to taste here! From the potatoes, to the sausage, to the seafood, this is like multiple dishes all rolled into one.”
What Does It Taste Like? -Eleanor: “This entire dish is smothered in garlicky butter, which honestly makes it taste all the better for it. The added spice balanced it out and made it more complex, taking it from a simple dish to a meal that would appeal to the masses.”
-Kenda: “There’s something about eating seafood off of newspapers, surrounded by nautical scenery, that made the Low Country Boil from Seafoodlicious an unforgettable experience. It was spicy, buttery, and definitely needed to be eaten with your hands – just make sure you have a lot of napkins on hand!”
What Did We Say About It? -Kenda: “It was ‘seafoodlicious’!”
4435 Skidaway Rd
Savannah, GA 31404
They’re open for lunch Monday-Sunday and dinner Monday-Saturday