Went for lunch. Music was way too loud and 80's pop music just isn't my thing to listen to by the "relaxing" water. Of course, the louder the music, the louder the restaurant as everyone has to speak up louder just to be heard. I would call the ambiance "early mess hall". Ordered Blackened Chicken Alfredo. Chicken wasn't blackened at all. Just chicken with some kind of "blackenish" spice festooned up on it. Salad came with a croissant (bit odd, but ok) that was "drizzled with honey". Why? Blue Cheese dressing was a color not of this earth and inexplicably sweet. I can't take enough Tums to kill the heartburn (not sure if from the food or the amazing amount of money I paid for the pleasure of dining there).
All Reviews »
Totally disagree with Redblood. Love being able to pay up front for the food and not wait for someone to bestow me with a check. In regards to Flatpick, that totally sucks, but nothing like that has ever happened to me in the many times I've been there. The red sauce is to die for, though I agree that they need to give the cilantro a bit of a break on some of the items (does my guacamole really need to be festooned with so much cilantro?). I go there only during the day and the service is great..don't know about night. If you don't like this place, my question is, where is the better Mexican(ish) food in Charleston? Santi? I don't think so...
Powered by Foundation
© Copyright 2016,
Charleston City Paper