Monday-Sunday: 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Buffet, Carry Out, Dine In
Entrée Price Ranges:
$11-15, $16-20, $6-10
Cajun & Creole, Seafood
Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
Cash, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Branson's original seafood restaurant Starvin' Marvin's in Branson, Missouri has been serving locals and visitors since 1984, and promises a little Cajun attitude to all its fabulous menu selections. Starvin' Marvin's All-You-Can-Eat seafood buffet is piled with Cajun style seafood, frog legs, crab legs and much, much more.
Guests of Starvin' Marvin's in Branson may also choose from an extensive menu that features appetizers such as Fried Mozzarella Sticks, Cheese Fries, and Quesadillas and a good selection of Soups and Salads including Shrimp Salad, CharBroiled Chicken Salad, and The Soups of the Day. Starvin' Marvin's also offers burgers and sandwiches such as Classic Marvin Burger, Bacon and Cheddar Burger, Pork Tenderloin, Country Fried Steak Sandwich, and Club Sandwich. Guests may select any one of Starvin' Marvin's steak, seafood, and pasta entrées including Frog Legs, Catfish Filets, Steak and Fried Shrimp, and Parmesan Chicken Alfredo as well as country-style dinners such as Tender Roast Beef, Country Fried Steak, and Meatloaf.
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My faimly and I eat breakest their every year when we are on vac.we all love it thats all i hear we want to eat breakest at Starvin Marvins will be going back in Aug.
Reviewed on July 18, 2015
"would not go back again"
my husband had the BLT sandwich, Fries were okay, no condiments for the sandwich, really dry. I had baked ham, it was a little tough, sweet potatoes were straight out of a can, no seasoning at all, just blah. Also had an order of onion rings, they were tasteless, just dipped in flour and fried. yuck!! And to top it off the food was way over priced. Will never go to a Starvin Marvin restaurant again.
Reviewed on October 5, 2014
Last visited in September of 2014
"breakfast is wonderful"
we ate breakfast every day. going back in Nov. & plan to eat there again.
Reviewed on November 2, 2013
Last visited in September of 2013
"best for the area"
good solid Cajun spices,didn't find a bad bite of food, great service, friendly staff,plan to be back in NOv hope their open year round.
Reviewed on September 20, 2013
Last visited in August of 2013
"very good food and great service."
went there in the spring and eat all meals there. it was all good everytime. so the ones that complains is the one looking for a free mea or just wont to complain. the price could be better on the sea food. there is no reason for charging that price. but if you want to have a nice meal try it. cant say this will happen everytime but someone always a off day. we all do.
Reviewed on September 4, 2013
Last visited in May of 2013
"i`ve ate here before the storm and just ate here again!"
I was so happy to see this restaurant come back . love the food. . .ate there 2 times over the weekend. this is one happy man!!! wife likes it too.
Reviewed on July 31, 2013
Last visited in July of 2013
"never ever again!!"
me and my mother went there to eat and it was our first time ever in branson and the waitress was rude. she took forever to serve us our drinks. I hate frog legs and to see them up there made me want to vomit. the food was cold and greasy and the seasonsing was horrible. Not to mention the price is absolute ridiculous!!! I will never go there again!
Reviewed on June 29, 2013
Last visited in September of 2012
We went here on Mothers Day for breakfast. Was very good. The sausage gravy had big chunks of sausage. Decided to try the seafood buffet a few days later because it has frog legs on it. We thought everything was wonderful. Excellent catfish. The server (the owners daughter) even made my husband a special dipping sauce for his crawfish.
Reviewed on May 18, 2013
Last visited in May of 2013
"bad food i will never eat there again the food old"
i had the buffet and the crabs the food was old i ask the waiter if i could take the two crab paws home, she said no because they reuse them to serve the to customers after i ate on them, i was sick later that night if i was not leaveing the next day i would have gone up there and talk to the magment, will never eat there again this food is unacceptable
Reviewed on June 17, 2012
Last visited in June of 2012
Kansas City, Missouri
Ate here for our big dinner since EVERY other buffet in winter in Branson is closed all season.The cost was $25/seafood buffet. Crab legs were never empty; but the meat was cold and the shells were soft from over steaming them HOURS prior . Which struck us as odd since the cook brought HOT steaming pans from the kitchen often. The little waitress we had was wonderful. She stayed on top of our drinks, crab shell bowl, butter, etc. Honestly best service while we were in Branson. Catfish was yucky, period. But crawfish, frog legs, shrimp (boiled and fried), fried clams, were all good and hot. Keep in mind, this is a cajuin buffet, so your crablegs and shrimp will all have that crawfish boil seasoning taste. Its not bad, its just not like "seafood restaurant" flavors. After gettin over the fact that crab meat was gonna be a lukewarm, we did stuff ourselves stupid. The atmosphere was corny and run down looking but it was what we expected of old school Branson. Unless they fix the water issue in bathroom, please be sure to watch that H2O temp, or should I say lack there of, it had to be (and remain at) -50 degrees. But like I said, it was what we expected from the reviews, and what was left of our options. It wasn't HORRIBLE.
Reviewed on December 20, 2010
Last visited in December of 2010
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