Ick. Bring back El Bohio please!
We went to the location expecting to be blown away with Cuban food and instead got lack luster food from a new restaurant trying to be cool and join the "locally grown" movement. While I appreciate the focus on "locally sustained meats and produce" the food was forgettable and flavorless.
2 glasses of wine and 3 small plates for "sharing" cost $50 + tip.
In a city with hundreds of options for food, I will not be back.
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Tonight was the first time we tried Quyen since it changed names from Party Kingdom. The inside was beautifully decorated and the waitresses were attentive and knowledgeable.
We ordered dinner- Pad Thai, Chicken Pho, and the house Crepe. Everything was great and tasty- the pho was enjoyable and my husband inhaled his crepe. Now, a question- does Pad Thai have red and green peppers and onions? Not traditional pad thai (i even googled recipes to see how it should be made). It was good- but strange.
There was an extensive sushi menu, which we didn't order from- not because we didn't want to, but the speciality sushi seemed very pricey. 11-14 dollars- too much for even GREAT sushi. This is Charleston, not NYC.
Overall, good experience, good food. We are impressed with the decorum change and will be going there when we want pho but won't be getting sushi....or the pad thai.
My family and i go and eat there about twice a month.
It is fabulous each time we go.
We were told that they are planning to do a sushi buffet during lunch hours- and to look for it within the next month or so.
Sushi buffet! SWEET!
After reading the review in City paper, I decided to try the Vietnamese food at Party Kingdom.
My husband and i enjoyed the Pho, Pad Thai, and spring rolls while we drooled over the isles of candy and wall of Jelly Bellys.
It was an unusual dining experience....video game lights in the background and children redeeming their tickets for prizes, all the while we were enjoying our food.
However, the food was amazing....i have been craving it since we went.
It was reasonably priced and really really really good.
Everyone should go and try it!
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