When it comes to seafood, we can all definitely agree that Myrtle Beach restaurants sure know how to get it right . Whether you are looking for an upscale and sophisticated dining experience with creative seafood dishes, or a casual meal of fried oysters and French fries at a beachside eatery or pub, or an all-you-can-eat buffets, you can be assured that everybody will find a little something to satisfy their taste buds. Myrtle Beach has a wonderful selection of the best seafood restaurants , that everyone should experience at least once , cause you will be raving about your meal long after you take your first bite . Myrtle Beach is practically lined with tasty seafood spots from oceanfront restaurants to Calabash style buffets , and Seafood World is one of the best calabash seafood restaurants, serving fresh seafood and steaks , among…

All You Can Eat Crab Legs In Myrtle Beach is must do for any¬†tourist seafood lover .¬†If you are a visitor or a local guest in Myrtle Beach ,Seafood World Buffet and Steaks Restaurant welcomes everybody to take some time off and try our all you can eat Alaskan Crab Legs. Your family and friends will absolutely love our huge variety of fresh seafood . Fried oysters ,deviled crabs ,steamed shrimp ,and of course -the crab legs ,fresh and delicious. Exactly what you are looking for ! Our Alaskan crab legs are served from steam table ,always hot and tasty with plenty of hot butter right beside it .Upon a request ,we have and Old Bay seasoning for your taste buds . When arrived in our restaurant our friendly staff will get you to your table , and then our quick and courteous waiters…

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Background The most commonly caught and sold species is the red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus). According to the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, the best meat of the king crab is in the legs. Unlike other crabs, king crabs have only six legs (versus eight). The body of the crab offers little meat and usually goes to canners. King crabs were plentiful until the early 1980s. Then came a shortage caused by water temperature changes and other environmental conditions. Since then, the price has more than doubled and they are less available. Nutrition Basics An Alaskan king crab leg (134g) cooked and served plain, provides 130 calories, 2.1g of fat, .2g of saturated fat, and zero trans fat, carbohydrate, sugar and dietary fiber. One leg of the aforementioned serving size provides about 26g of protein, making it an excellent source of protein, though it is…