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Re: “New burger shop going into former jazz club on Calhoun

uhhh metal and kimchi burgers?! count me in! so excited.

Posted by vacantexhalation on April 12, 2011 at 7:42 AM

Re: “Ping-pong and gourmet burger joint planned for Upper King

both of these guys are great, can't wait to see what they come up with!!!

Posted by vacantexhalation on November 11, 2010 at 11:18 AM

Re: “Il Cortile Del Re

I had dinner here on new year's eve and there is only one word to describe my experience: TERRIBLE. The prix fixe menu (amuse, soup, pasta, entree, dessert) ran $60/person... which seemed reasonable, based on the good things I'd heard about the place. I was completely wrong. The amuse was half a slice of tomato, slice of scallop, basil... nothing special. The soup, a chunky sausage and lentil, was tepid and very one-note. The pasta was a penne alla vodka with salmon... and the salmon had the consistency of canned tuna. All but one of us were appalled by it. The entree was basically a surf & turf, with a decent but not-special steak and cold, off-textured prawns (most of us couldn't even eat them... they were almost custardy in texture). the dessert was a molten chocolate souffle cake that tasted like it was made from a mix.
and the worst part... at $60 a head... we were only visited by our server once or twice. we ran out of water and went half an hour without. factor in a couple of $50 bottles of wine, and we ended up paying an arm and a leg for the WORST food we've had dining out in charleston. I would not recommend this restaurant AT ALL, especially not for a special occasion with an expensive prix fixe menu.

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Posted by vacantexhalation on January 1, 2009 at 5:21 PM
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