I love this place and can't get enough of it! The menu offers an amazing array of fresh and delicious food. There isn't anything on the menu that I don't like. The service is outstanding. Regina, the server who always helps me, is wonderful. She remembers who you are, who you've brought in and always asks how they are doing . . .even if they aren't with you. There is no doubt that this is Charleston's best Asian restaurant. There's something on the menu for everyone.
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Love, love, love, LOVE Black Bean Co. Their prices, delicious food and free delivery to our office downtown has made it a favorite. Can't ask for a better lunch!
This movie was actually really good. Yes, I was a fan of the show, so the movie *was* directed at me. Several of my "posse" who were not all fans of the show enjoyed it immensely. Hell, my MOTHER enjoyed it and she's well into her 60's.
The "reviewer" seems to be more concerned about asserting her own "sooo above it" coolness to actually pay enough attention to the movie and its characters to realize that all four women in the movie each represent a tiny bit of every woman's personality. . .amplified and condensed into one character. Who *hasn't* pulled a Carrie and held out for Mr. Non-Committal? Who hasn't spent the rent on shoes? Who hasn't felt a hyped up sense of sexuality, like Samantha? Who hasn't ever thought. . .for one split second. . .about the house with the picket fence - a low country version of Charlotte's Fifth Avenue pearls? And who hasn't felt a nice, sound of feminist indignant outrage like Miranda? (Intuition tells me that the writer of this review does. . .) They are every woman - good, bad or indifferent.
All in all, whether you are a fan of the show or not, it really was a funny movie and very entertaining. If you want something with more substance. . .you know, where characters "actually pick up a book," there's always something showing on PBS.
I can't say enough good things about this place.
I have been going to this place for 5 straight years and in all that time, I have never had anything other than top-notch service, heaping portions of food so good and so fresh tasting, that I'll eat well past my point of satiety.
The service has always been impeccable - friendly, relaxed, even in the midst of the lunch rush. The PRICES are out of this world and are probably what keeps me coming back time and time again. I can eat lunch there for not much more than what one would pay at a fast food window and I leave feeling happy and healthy (if I didn't over-eat).
I highly recommend this establishment.
In the winter, there's not much better than a bowl of the hot Seafood Risotto.But I don't have a favorite dish. Everything on the damn menu is my "favorite."
O.K. This is a review of TWO visits to The Red Pepper. Usually, I give a restaurant three chances, but I can't bear to face that place again.
BOTH times, I ended up with. . .ummm. . .ahhh. . ."digestive tract issues." I mean, hurl city, stomach pain, nausea, sweating. . .beyond the help of Pepto. (And I can safely stomach three day old Chinese food, sooo. . .it's not my "sensitive" stomach.)
BOTH times, the food was only o.k. I certainly didn't find it worth the price (literally and figuratively).
BOTH nights, the red sauce had a harsh and bitter taste that bordered on unpleasant.
The service wasn't terrible, but the food made me so ill that I just can't go back.
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