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The Lowcountry has no shortage of authentic soul food joints and more than its fair share of country-cooking pretenders. While the national press has gone ga-ga over Martha Lou’s, and rightfully so, there are other places that foodie tourists and hungry locals need to check out. Like Silva Spoon for instance. They do all the things that a soul food joint is supposed to do. Well-seasoned and not-too-crunchy fried chicken, savory and tender collard greens, moist and sweet bread pudding, and a heaping okra soup bowl with neckbone, all laid out on a big lunch buffet spread. Mmm. You’ll also find a rotating selection of proteins — get the beef oxtail on Thursday — and fried crab when it’s in season. The former is a local standout and the latter is best enjoyed with a spicy rub. —Chris Haire Dish (Summer 2013)

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Daily specials, okra soup, fried pork chop sandwiches, shark steak dinners, and fried shrimp baskets.

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Hours: L & Early Dinner. Closed Sun.
Price: $$

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