Went to the Sunday brunch yesterday. Not as good as it was cracked up to be. The salmon patties had little salmon in them and for a "home cooking" touted place our food came out surprisingly fast. Fast is not such a bad thing but to us fast does not necessarily mean home cooking which is what we expected. The shrimp and grits were over priced at $17 and were also not what we expected and all three dishes were bland. Overall, may give it another shot but not anytime soon.
I have never had worse service in my life. For the sake of decency, human interaction, and goodwill towards mankind pease dont eat here.
You should have known better. What do you expect from a place named Cafe Kronic?
I hope you're feeling better.
I agree with KristinB! It's not worth your time or money. The food I got was horrible, and didn't even have half of the ingredients that it was supposed to. The employee behind the counter was completely rude, and the owner didn't bother to do anything about it. 0 Stars!
excellent food, consistent. the service has ranged from piss poor to excellent-sort of a crap shoot there. I bring friends and family to Hominy whenever they are in town because we know the food will be good BUT FOR CRYING OUT LOUD, CLEAN THE DAMN PATIO AREA!!! There are more and more flies and funny smells eminating from there than the water treatment plant on JI!
two words: SOAP AND WATER. I know it's a tight space but there is tons of outdoor seating at rest. in town and I have never experienced so many flies and stickiness in general. Love the food, but mgmt should make more of an effort to keep the place clean
Tons of crab shell in the she-crab soup...I expect a little shell now and then in the average bowl of she-crab, but this was like eating a bowl of bones covered in a creamy liquid. I'm lucky I didn't break my teeth. Also, the waitress was crazy slow. I had to get up out of my chair like four times to get the check and then again to get my credit card back. Will not return.
I have been there a few times and I have to say it is awesome. I have eaten there and the food downstairs is awesome! Then I decided to go upstairs and the bartenders on the second floor were so nice. I was there for a week and I made sure to remember their names, Eddie, Eric, and Chris.They are friendly, knowledgeable, and let you play their own wii games for free. Definitely a place to go on folly!
One of the highlights of the trip!
My husband and I tried their Sunday brunch. There was a line first thing in the morning, however they were quick to seat everyone. I had the french toast and it was out of this world! The pecan butter was delicious! My husband had the big nasty biscuit and said it was really good. It was the highlight of our trip and will go back the next time we're in town.
I just had my wedding reception at Lazo's on the back patio. Everything was amazing. The set up, food, service.... They made me feel like a princess. There are not a lot of choices in Folly Beach to have a samll wedding reception besides BLU which is way too expensive. Lazo's was perfect. The price was just right. The atmosphere was intimate and relaxed yet not to formal. I highly recomment this place for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Food and service is amazing. Please consider them for any of your larger group gatherings or just a meal out. This was the first time they did a reception and it was high class. THANKS LAZO'S!!
I had a shrimp etouffee. Nothing fancy but so well balanced a mix of flavors that I enjoyed the last bite more than the first - it grew on me with experience.
My wife comes from the Roussillion region of France, where chicken livers are eaten often. She declares the chicken livers at the Hominy Grill the best she ever had.
And let me second the comment on the lima beans. I never liked lima beans before.
The service was fair, the atmosphere unpretentious almost to a fault. The food is a bargain for the quality.
blinding fluorescent lighting, average service, odd breakfast menu with no fresh fruit or typical fare. average food
Way too expensive. Need to justify the price with an acceptable amount of food.
Great customer service. I usually go w/ a bacon egg and pepperjack sammich. If you add an extra egg its only $.75, so that's usually my go to move. Definitely the most pricey bagel shop downtown, but by far the best.
Healthy, tasty, fresh and local, excellent food. Easy in and out breakfast and lunch. Convenient for families. So many good things about this place.
I thank the City Paper for helping me find out about this place! Went there for breakfast this morning and it really hit the spot. It's in a very cute stand alone building and has a great atmosphere. Everything on the menu looked wonderful and included very fresh ingredients so it was hard to pick but we went with the eggs benedict over sweet potato biscuits that I read about here online and it was fantastic. We also got the Honey/Peanut Butter/Banana French toast which was a delite on the taste buds. It came with 2 large pieces of bread both were very thick and had a unique taste to them. I will certainly be back to try other breakfast and lunch items on the menu!
The food is very good, but since they charge for tea refills, i don't go very often. It can get very pricey if you have a couple of refills of tea. You might as well go to lunch at Snob and get full service fine dining at the same price.
I’ve had the turkey and the ham and brie paninis and both were great
I thoroughly enjoyed my everything bagel with jalapeno cheddar cream cheese. It was heavenly.
I went this morning and got a cinnamon-raisin bagel with plain cream cheese and a small coffee. It was $5. The bagel was smaller than normal. The bagel wasn't very flavorful and there was enough cream cheese for 3 people on it. I had to wipe most of it off. The coffee was good, definitely comparable to other coffee shops around- although not anywhere near Modica's standards. (ok, so I'm still bummed that Modica closed). Overall, nothing wowed me, and I'm not sure if it's worth the money.
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