Langdon’s in Mt. Pleasant has long been the reliable place to turn for a big night out east of the Cooper. The offerings from chef/owner Patrick Owens blends Lowcountry cuisine with a range of international influences, resulting in tempting combinations like gnocchi made from local goat cheese and curried duck and mint spring rolls with a jalapeño-coconut dipping sauce. The entrees are rich and elegant with a few unexpected twists. The catch of the day is served over leek and sweet corn risotto, while a rack of lamb is paired with homemade duck sausage and kumquat-mint marmalade. A hefty dry-aged, 18-oz. bone-in ribeye is the anchor of the upscale menu, and the food-friendly wine list, which received the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence, offers options ranging from big value to big spender. From the food to the atmosphere to the service, Langdon’s doesn’t cut any corners, and that makes all the difference. —Robert Moss Dish (Winter 2015)
The fine dining menu blends Lowcountry cuisine with a range of international influences, resulting in elegant entrées prepared by Chef/owner Patrick Owens. Mt. P's only AAA four-diamond restaurant.