A lot has changed in the Charleston dining world since brothers Henry and Chai Eang opened their original Basil on King Street. Back then, the staple flavors of Thailand — lime, basil, garlic, lemongrass — were a revelation to local diners who queued up to wait for a table. A decade later, Basil’s flavors have gone mainstream, but the pad Thai, crispy red curry duck, fried whole flounder, and the long-standing no-reservations policy keeps customers lined up on the sidewalk. A sleek, stylish second location in Mt. Pleasant offers the same piping-hot soups and cool basil-tinged summer rolls that Charlestonians have long enjoyed. —Robert Moss Dish (Summer 2015)

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One of downtown's favorite restaurants exports itself (in style) to the suburbs. Same menu of Thai classics. plus outdoor dining.

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Hours: Lunch on weekdays & Dinner nightly.
Price: $$$


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