I had the savory Olive Tapenade for dinner. It hit the spot. They also donate all their tips to Lutheran Social services to help refugees. Great food, great cause!
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Although it's informal, the food is outstanding. Portions are reasonable. Granddaughter had 'the usual' - Croque Monsieur. I had a small salad. Topped it off by sharing a meringue cookie.
Great service! Low key. Casual. Delightful atmosphere. Lunch can be served for dinner. We had the vegetable/rice plate, cheese/pate with delicious breads, hot ham/Brie on a croissant and a roast beef sandwich. For dessert, we shared the dark chocolate fondue with fruit, lemon and strawberry...More
The locals call this one Fast and French. Styled informally like a diner, it's run by folks who emigrated from France. The food is simple--not fussy--delicious and reasonably priced. A favorite of the locals, visitors like it, too. Its menu includes vegetarian-friendly fare (not an...More
Soups were great, Croq something was outstanding. Wife had soup and half sandwich. All great and staff wonderful. Go to meeting and broad streets, head up broad away from large whitev church (south)
I love this place! There is only seating on stools at a long bar. The restaurant is in a long narrow space. Overweight people and those with mobility issues probably would not be comfortable here. But, for the rest of us -- it's the best....More
My wife and I enjoyed G & M very much. We had a ham and cheese melt sandwich, soup and a glass of wine for just $10 each! The atmosphere is very fun and informal. We sat at counter with several others which enhanced the...More
THE BEST coffee in Charleston. Excellent breakfast or brunch options. Supper is done well too. Imported beer, different flavored water and tea. Great for small groups. Go here now!
What a surprise! Charmingly set in a very old building, his "fast French" restaurant was reasonably priced, and served absolutely delicious food. The service was not terribly helpful in response to our many questions, but no tipping was allowed, so there was no motivation to...More