Only went in for the mussels, but they were out of this world good.
Bacon and Blue cheese with lots of bread to sop up the love.
Simply great. Can not say enough about the "rib" and the fries. Just awesome.
Wonderful place, vibe, food. Looking for an excuse to drive out there again!
Wow! My wife and I love fine dining and this restaurant is a fine diamond without the high price! The service is great, the atmosphere is great and the service is great!
We went for sunday brunch and had a great meal! We had the crab soup to start which was deliciously creamy. I had the apple bacon duck andouille gratin which was a hearty choice for spring brunch yet still mouthwateringly tasty. My bf had the burrito which was pretty standard as far as charleston breakfast burritos go, though the avocado topping was a wonderful dressing with nice hints of lime and cilantro. Finally we had the passionfruit sorbet, and though i'm not truly a sorbet fan, it was very refreshing and tart. All in all an awesome brunch experience - the service was friendly and inviting though clearly the regulars get the best attention, and I don't necessarily think that's such a bad thing! Definitely Charleston's best kept secret for brunch!
Delectable Food, Cozy Atmosphere, Amazing Service!
I went to "the Fork" this past Friday with my other half. We were seated by the front window at a sweet table for two- the atmosphere was so cozy and comfortable- like being in a French mama's dining room- we were made to feel very at home & very welcome by our awesome server Liz and Kerranna (our buser) was fun and friendly to talk to also! The food was fantastic- if you are a Beef Tartare fan- have it- it is lovely and creamy and the capers give it the perfect zing to off-set the creaminess of the egg- delectable! If you order beef and Liz is your server - be sure to ask her where the beef comes from- she is extremely knowledgeable about the menu items and probably one of the best servers I've had so far in town. Loved the Foie Gras pate- amazing and creamy and perfectly complimented by the prune compote- I would eat that everyday if I could. Also enjoyed the mussels and the white wine & garlic sauce they were sauteed in- my mouth is watering writing about it! The Pomme frites fried in duck fat- I don't even need to say anything here- you can just imagine how good those were. As we were about to leave Perig himself came over and and introduced himself- amazingly charming and charismatic owner! Felt very intrigued by him- will definitely be going back for the food and another Perig sighting!
They have the best brunch in the Charleston area. I love this place!
There are two things that make us talk about Fast and French a year after leaving Charleston, and will make us come back again: Chocolate Croissants and French Press Coffee. Not too sweet, perfect taste!
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