Ate here late Saturday night. Help had big smiles and a warm welcome despite the hour. Service is pleasant and efficient; food was great as usual Every time I am here, it’s a home run!!
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My wife and I have a standing weekly date night. Living in Charleston we have a variety of culinary options. And yet week after week we find ourselves drawn back to Sermet's. Amazing ever changing menu, super friendly staff and, weather permitting, a lovely courtyard....More
The staff were gracious and knowledgeable. The food was outstanding! All aspects of the presentation, the temperature of the food, and flavors were terrific. The value of the meal is high end without pay high end prices. Can't wait to introduce my friends and family...More
The Hungry Detective and wife enjoyed Saturday evening at Sermet's. If there was a six star option Sermet's would be worthy...awesome drinks to start the evening and the most incredible calamari that was prepared to perfection. The owner/Sermet is on premise ensuring every plate is...More
Staff is very friendly, food is delicious. Sit outside if you like in a nice Charleston weather. Sautéed Calamari you will never forget that taste.
Our first visit here, with friends, was great. Service was very good. Not rushed. Great table location. Friendly and patient while we spent more time conversing than perusing the menu. Prices are good. A great local addition to Daniel Island. Great artwork. Some a little...More
The food is exceptional; the portions are large; the prices are amazingly reasonable; the service is personable. This is one of my favorite restaurants.
We visited before the Jimmy Buffet concert just because of the location. Murat, the manager and our waiter, offered great, friendly service. And the food is OFF THE CHARTS good.
I loved the great jazz music playing from the speaker, the food was very nice and service was great. We loved the sweet potato ravioli. The scallops were fresh and perfectly prepared. The meatball gnocchi was delicious - but not incredible. The odd thing was...More