It's like you're chilling in your own backyard with a personal chef/bartender. Food is awesome and friendly folks around.
I was in the Mt Pleasant restaurant... place smelled like dirty mop water, my arms stuck to the table. Got up and left- pronto!
I totally understand scmama's comment(Bless her little heart!). Sweetie, if you're used to going to Huddle House, you probably won't like this food, and you should probably stay as far away from Shem Creek and Downtown as possible.
Try the sesame chicken salad with honey mustard dressing. Its fantastic. Anyone comparing the seed to huddle has has zero credibility. If something isn't right at the seed you send it back and they fix it. Their motto is "we kiss your ass". Fantastic food and great people. If you don't speak up you can blame yourself.
So disappointed in our meal tonight. Veggies way over salted. Fish over cooked. Crab cakes mostly filler, very little crab. Have had better meals at Huddle House. Easily worst restaurant east of Pacific. Hipster waiter only told us about specials he liked, said others "weren't good." Avoid Mt. Pleasant location.
such an awesome menu and variety of flavors. Best menu in Charleston by far.Killer Pad Thai, great seafood, salads and lettuce wraps are so good.
@ coachz Three Michelin stars. Are you retarded. This place is O.K. at best.
Unique place with excellent food!!!
update! our website is www.thegreendoorchs.com and our phone number is 754-9914 : )
My go to brunch location! There are a number of great options for brunch, great sides, great drinks. Always dependable. The service some times isn't fantastic, which is the only thing that keeps me from giving 5-stars. I would always recommend Crave, especially for brunch.
Food was good, but not anything super special. Reasonbly priced for what is offered. Excellent wine options. Staff very knowledgeable about wine menu.
I love Sunday Brunch. It is my favorite meal. I literally look forward to it every week. I have tried tons of brunch places in town. For the longest time Moe's was my hands down favorite (RIP). Triangle was my favorite party brunch place (the food...meh) and had great service.
Red Drum...surpasses them all. The food is fantastic and includes all the choices you would want from traditional to southern to unique (for Charleston). The bartender is always on top of your drink, and they have the most generous mimosas around. I also really like that the guys get their in a pint glass so they can still feel manly.
Get the fork and knife tacos...mmmmm.
If you haven't tried it for brunch - you are missing out.
Wine bar, not. I am a little tired of hearing anyone with a wine list (which Eurasia actually has a decent one) call themselves a wine bar. Social is the only one close to wine bar in this area. Simply: a wine bar needs to offer a large variety of wines by the glass, it needs to do set flights and free form flights (ability to offer a half glass). It should have a preservation system unless the wine is marked and flies out.
That all being said, the bottle list here is good and a value to boot.
Food on the other hand was not stellar.
Fried Oysters: supposed to be served with Buere Blanc, couldn't discern, just ok
Caesar Salad: way underdressed, but the croutons were good bit heavy for the salad though
Off the Hook Rockafeller: two fried oysters on a filet (catch of the day) over mashed potatoes and spinach with fontina cream. pretty mundane, potatoes would be what you make for a big family dinner very nuetral, not enough of the fontina cream to taste past a bite or two, fish was fairly flavorless.
Fine Swine: sort of a cured tenderloin with pork fried rice taste, ginger overpowered everything here, very unbalanced.
Cheesecake was frozen in the middle and debonded from the crust, not sure how old it might be,
Overall, I would go back and try an appetizer again, not a meal to give a second chance and more so to sample another bottle.
Place definitely needs work.
@C17Mark No, I am not in Food & Bev. I could assume that since these are your only posts, that you work there... however I won't, since you know what that would make me.
PS- I wasn't aware that Eurasia had rival restaurants. Is there a secret society of cranky Mt. Pleasant F&Bers that plots dastardly deeds? Cause if so, I want to hear more.
Always an amazing meal and excellent service!!! One of my favorites...
Whoever gave this place a poor review must obviously work at a rival restaurant nearby. I have been here 4 times and have had nothing short of an excellent meal and service... I highly recommend this place... Always a fantastic experience! Nuff said!
Salt, salt and more salt. And the few non-salty items were amazingly bland. Disappointing, since we loved the interior and had a great server.
Rice Market is a hidden gem and has not gotten enough attention. Sure, it had to work through it's share of rough spots, as do many restaurants starting out, but changes seem to have been made and you owe it to yourself to try it! Such a beautiful spot...(BTW Arizona's hasn't been around for about 20 YEARS! but, I liked it too...). This is NOT REALLY ALL ABOUT RICE....It's about cultures inspired or based on rice. Don't expect a big old mound of rice...In fact, don't even look for it because you won't find it here. What you will find is really great food---fish, scallops, BEEF, vegetables etc. prepared and served in truly different and exciting ways! Beautiful bar, sexy booth seating and great air conditioning and COOL drinks at the bar!
Susieg. . . Looks like you are still having fun with your food blog.
I am a regular at Eurasia. Did you send your brown salad back? Had you done so, I am sure the kitchen would have happily remedied the problem. They would have been alarmed, I am sure. But, then again, you would not have had the opportunity to smear your exclusive 'brown salad' pics over the web. I have read all of your entries for your food blog and it is just very amateur. You seem to thrive on finding mistakes at restaurants. Want perfection? Look for it in your own kitchen, on your own table. When you realize it is not there you might be able to dine out with a more objective attitude.
To be honest with you if I had not seen Eurasia recently popping up on a few food and blog sites I would not have known it was there. I am in the Whole Foods Plaza in Mt. Pleasant quite frequently and I think I once looked over to the area where it’s located and thought it was a Chinese restaurant.
We entered the restaurant on a sleepy spring evening. At the time there were only three tables and three people at the bar. More patrons would arrive, but it was never very busy during our stay.
Our server was very knowledgeable and I asked him a few questions about the restaurant. He said that the owners have two other locations, one in Richmond, VA and one in Virginia Beach, VA. He mentioned that they have been in business together for about 10 years and that this Eurasia opened about four months ago.
The name doesn’t fit the décor of the restaurant. It’s a bit contemporary and somewhat stark. A nice outdoor patio with colorful umbrellas and a babbling fountain that seats about twenty looked inviting. It was tempting, but it was a tad cool that evening, so we passed. When we asked about the name of the name of the restaurant, our server said, “The whole thing is a bit confusing. It’s not European, it’s not Asian. A restaurant owner came in today and thought it was a Sushi place. We get that all the time.”
Eurasia is a comfortable place with moderately priced, tasty food. The menu is a varied, seasonal offering of soups, appetizers, sandwiches, salads, entrees and desserts. The wine and microbrew options are extensive. They take great pride in utilizing products from regional & local purveyors. So much for their website info, now let me tell you about our dining experience.
We started with the Beef Tenderloin Carpaccio that was served with truffled egg salad, baby arugula and balsamic mustard vinaigrette and the Chinese Vegetable Spring Rolls served with ponzu, (a ginger/teriyaki combo) and spicy mustard. Beef Carpaccio in general is one of my husband’s favorite dishes. In fact, when we went on one of our first dates I asked him (as funny as this may seem), “What would you chose to be your last meal?” He mentioned a few things, one of which was Beef Carpaccio from a restaurant then located outside of Washington, DC named Boneratti’s.
I was surprised to hear that his Carpaccio, “hands down” was better than Boneratti’s. The presentation was exquisite and he said that the truffled egg salad was unbelievable. The presentation of my Chinese Vegetable Spring Rolls was also very eye appealing and was served with four large spring rolls, actually, enough for two to split. Both of the side sauces, the Ponzu and the spicy mustard were awesome. The mustard made my eyes water it was so spicy! Although the spring rolls could have been warmer in temperature, we thought we were off to a great start.
Although you can argue that a “salad” might not be considered an entrée (someone at the table did), I ordered the “Tangled Up in Bleu” Salad. Our other entrée was the Ginger Snap Crusted Pork Loin and “Mac & Cheese” with raspberry ale aged cheddar - quite a mouthful to say and eat.
Although the menu item was listed with “ginger snaps,” I didn’t really put two and two together and in fact the pork was topped with ginger snap cookies, a nice, sweet combination to the flavor of the pork. It sat high on a mound of Mac & Cheese and broccolini. My husband found the pork tough to cut into but very tender and flavorful. The Mac & Cheese was a tad overpowering though, and the flavor of the broccolini took somewhat of a back seat. He still gave the dish very high marks.
The “Tangled Up In Bleu” was a very large mound of arugula. Very large is an understatement. To one side of the plate sat a perfectly cut hardboiled egg and fried onions adorned the top of the salad. In the spirit of the upcoming Easter Holiday, finding anything else in the salad was an Easter Egg hunt. There were two cherry tomato halves, different colored halves, but one total cherry tomato. The cherrywood bacon and crumbled blue cheese dotted the salad like a few flowers on a hillside. Although the dressing was good, all ‘n all it was a large mound of arugula – and many pieces of brown arugula at that. Again I ask, didn’t someone see the brown pieces when they were making the salad or prepping?
In a nutshell, the service was good, other than the salad; the other menu items were very nice. But the restaurant has such the potential to be 5’s in all categories. It missed the mark on our visit. Brown lettuce? Really?
You can see the brown pieces here http://www.diningaroundcharleston.com/2011…
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