Starvin' Marvin's, Branson

About Starvin' Marvin's, Branson

Starvin' Marvin's, Branson

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Speedway LLC is the operator of a combination gas station/convenience stores that is based in Enon, Ohio, United States with locations operating under its namesake brand along the Midwestern and East Coast of the United States. Speedway LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Marathon Petroleum Corporation and is the largest chain in central Ohio.


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As you traverse the city of Branson, you'll stumble upon Starvin' Marvin's. Starvin' Marvin's is not a top-rated place in Branson.

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  • The food was amazing. The staff was even better. If you're a crab legs person, this place is for you. Most everything here is with a little Cajun Flair. But they also have food that is non Cajun as well. Just to add to my previous rate and review. I've been here a few times and the service was always amazing as far as my waitress goes. I don't think I've ever had a bad experience here. So if you're ever here me at the pleasure of having Kelly as a waitress you should be good to go, as with anybody else here. Update I don't know why the change. The last time I went there I had someone different. The service was not as great. The food on the buffet had been there for a while. They quit honoring their local discount. Also there military discount is very small. As the customer before me asked. I was astonished at the attitude that the cashier seem to give them over asking about receiving a military discount. I didn't knock the review down to a one-star due to the fact. That I am hoping that this was just a really off day for them, and the cashier was improperly trained. If you are reading this and are in charge of this restaurant. Please do something, I would hate to see this place go by the wayside.

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  • My wife and I were in town for the night and she was wanting some crab. The reviews ranged from good to horrible, but we rolled the dice. The buffet was not huge, this is not golden corral kinda choices, but for a Cajun buffet, it has all the necessities. The shrimp was seasoned great, flavorful gumbo, blackened fish, frog legs all really good. We would've been happy to pay the $20 bucks for the regular buffet. We upgraded to include the crab as well. Most pieces of the crab had crispy shells with firm meat, there were a couple, that had been a little overcooked, but that's being picky. The crawfish were small but pretty good. Our server kept the crab bowls coming and was very attentive and friendly. We would definitely go back when the seafood craving hits again!

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  • First off let me start by saying that we have been coming here for about 12 years or so. When we 1st started it was fantastic. Pricey but worth it. I happily paid the $30 price for all you can eat seafood. Crab legs were included and were always full on the buffet. Well that changed a few years ago along with the price. They took the crab legs off the buffet. Still all you can eat only they brought them out to you and you had to ask for more when you wanted them. Not bad kind of a pain in the butt but still ok. So last night we show up to celebrate a birthday and they inform me that the crab legs are no longer all you can eat. The buffet which is good but not worth $20 is available and you can add crab legs for $10 a pound. Talk about a stupid move. I will post pictures of what $10 gets you. Trust me it is not worth it. Unfortunately I will not be back it's not worth the price or the drive.

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  • My husband and I along with our two-year-old granddaughter decided to try Starving Marvin's. The server we had doted on our granddaughter and was very attentive to the level of our coffee, not a large Buffet but adequate. Food was good service was great definitely will be going there again as we've been there before.

  • Just stating facts Seated our group of 7 at different tables in a way that the group was separated. Jambalaya with noodles was served cold to my wife and when it was sent back for this it was literally 60 seconds later they brought back from a microwave also had no Cajun seasoning at all and was bland. I also have to mention their so called dirty rice which is white rice with a sausages patty broken up on top of it and again no Cajun seasoning. Crab legs were also bland with very little meat inside. The actual service was good and prompt. Prices are beyond quality I would go to red lobster for a better seafood experience and it would be cheaper. I will say that no one in group liked their meals and we just left them on the tables and drove home hungry.

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