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Re: “Red Orchids

Red Orchid rocks. I have not eaten inside the restaurant in a year, but I call in my orders every couple of months for pickup and the food is always ready within 15 minutes. Ive been doing this for 3 years now. I have lived in NYC where the quality of Asian restaurant is far greater than those in the area, and this is the only place in CHS that comes close to having great Chinese food. One of my barometers in measuring the quality of a restaurant is tasting the soup. The hot and sour soup at Red Orchid is the best in town and no Asian place comes close.

4 of 4 people like this.
Posted by Cockytalk on January 28, 2011 at 9:42 AM

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Re: “Charleston ranked #1 by Travel+Leisure readers, again

How many of you have at one point in your life said to yourself that you would love to visit Kyoto? I love our city and the food & bev scene that is the primary force behind its lofty rankings in most polls, but lets take it down a notch. We are not the greatest city in the world. If you really take this poll seriously, let me know how your trip to Kyoto went...

4 of 5 people like this.
Posted by Cockytalk on July 7, 2014 at 11:43 AM

Re: “Newly opened Angel Oak Restaurant another PGA option

If you are advising them to return up north, perhaps you should join them shocksplicer. After all, you are not showing much southern hospitality.

17 of 20 people like this.
Posted by Cockytalk on August 10, 2012 at 10:44 AM

Re: “Lucky's comforts James Island with hearty Southern fare

@foodmancing is no better than the person telling the blogger to go back up north. Anyone care to share with me a restaurant in West Ashley or James Island that has the same affordable offerings that Luckys does? Maybe Triange? I cant think of one without a buffet or one that wont break the bank. There are so many ways to experience food and to dismiss a restaurant because of its category is outright foolish and ignorant. There are a ton of seafood, Italian, Chinese, sushi, bbq, etc. spots in the greater Charleston area. Is Foodmacing staying away from such fares as well? Lucky's is filling a void. I guess foodmancing would prefer another Applebees or maybe something new like a Macaroni Grill. Im willing to bet that foodmancing hasn’t even looked at the menu.

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Posted by Cockytalk on February 15, 2012 at 5:37 PM

Re: “Restaurant Week starts now

Restaurant Week is indeed a little overrated. It almost comes across as the only time to dine out for locals. Not all RW menus are created equal and worth the investment. Dont get caught up with the name of the place, and look over the menus before making reservations. We are blessed to have so many incredible restaurants in our city. As far as popular restaurants not taking part in the offerings, all the restaurants that participate are part of an organization that pays yearly dues. Why participate when you have no trouble filling seats and the fees are high?

Posted by Cockytalk on September 13, 2011 at 4:13 PM

Re: “Zia Taqueria

Zia, I agree with Josh that you need not worry. Your concept is authentic for the Lowcountry in a city that lacks authenticity. Your food continues to shine and that is what will keep you around for a long time. Unlike Josh, I admire your passion and willingness to address what some may view as a hindrance. As a consumer, it is encouraging to see that you take every critique seriously and are not resting on your laurels. Keep doing what you do. You have outlasted many restaurants in the 843.

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Posted by Cockytalk on August 15, 2011 at 4:12 PM

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