Personally, I love Oriental Garden. The fish is always very fresh and the rolls are massive. None of those puny rolls you'll have served to you at Tsunami or Wasabi (those places also always fill their rolls with excess cream cheese for some reason, but I digress). While the exterior of the building looks a bit neglected, the product served inside is always quality.
Service on the other hand...let's just say it's best to use the drive-through window.
If atmosphere is what you're looking for, there are plenty of great, high-end sushi places in Charleston. Trust me, I love O-Ku, Bambu and the like as much as I love Oriental Garden. It's a different kind of place, but it's great to be able to get quality sushi on a weeknight from a drive-thru.
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Avondale could probably support another bar/restaurant in the coming years, but I doubt this would be the right fit. Too similar to Triangle in terms of primary focus on burgers & beer.
Not local? Come on...that's ridiculous, she's been part of the Charleston music scene for years. She's been gigging around town and working her ass off right here in the holy city. If you didnt take notice, that's your loss; maybe she can win you over from Hollywood better than she did when she was playing the clubs and bars in your hometown.
And while I'm at it, this town's view of what is and isn't "local" is sometimes silly and obsessive, but that's a topic for another day.
She's been great so far, and is doing us proud. She's so talented and soulful - I love it.
So they're moving dt? Any idea when they will open?
Looks like this place is closed...
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...like this one.
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