Wu-Tang Bowl

Jonathan Boncek

Wu-Tang Bowl

Owner Hank Weed opened the Second Street and East Ashley Avenue as a taco luncheon counter, similar in vein to the Lunch Hook, a sandwich joint sporadically run out of the location in years prior. It’s since grown into a full-fledged mini restaurant complete with dishes like curry goat and Cuban beans and rice. Of course the tacos remain a menu staple. You can get three — mahi, house-smoked pork, and chicken — for $8. A cozy outdoor bar, complete with TV (when weather allows), ample picnic table seating, and a tiny stage on the back porch of the property’s adjoining cabin, make this the perfect spot for post-beach snacking. —Stratton Lawrence (Dish, Summer 2018)

Restaurant Details

Chill spot for creative island fare. Tacos, rice bowls, and local curried goat.

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Hours: Lunch, Dinner, Late Night (Daily)
Price: $

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