High Thyme is one of Sullivan’s Island’s best kept secrets. The dining room is small and quaint, and the menu is as simple as it gets: think hummus, seared tuna, and crab cakes. But simple is no problem, as the dishes are presented with a glimpse of elegance and the flavors that follow are quite good — consistency and execution at its finest. For dinner, order the grilled pork tenderloin cooked medium rare and start with the seared sea scallops with country ham and brandy cream. Head to the patio early Sunday morning and enjoy one of the best brunches in town. Start off with a mimosa and a basket of warm biscuits before diving into a plate of corned beef hash with two sunny side up eggs. It’s delightful. —Eric Doksa Dish (Winter 2015)
Bistro serving beef, tuna, tilapia, salads, and sandwiches.