• 1.Agaves Cantina

    885 Island Park Dr

    Daniel Island,SC

    6.06 mi$$

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04/10/2011
By: thefoodcritic21
Oriental Cuisine Restaurant
The review WatchfulMom wrote is a complete lie. I believe she has personal issues with the owners. So please do not take her word for anything he or she said about this place. I am not downing or disrespecting her or him, I just dont think it is right to give a bad review to a company, when your problem with them is not the food at all. So with that being said. The Oriental Cuisine is by far the BEST restaurant is that type of genre of food. You know it might even be in its own genre of style. The people who own and run the place are Filipino and so all the food has a pacific islander taste, with an Americanized taste as well. There employees are all family, and it really gives you an "at home" feeling while you are eating there.So in conclusion to my review, hands down one of the best restaurants ( out of all restaurants, not just Oriental places.) I have ever been too. I would recommend this place to anyone wanting excellent food. Also for the people who have small lunch breaks, the Oriental Cuisine has great prices and awesome lunch specials, that do not take long for those people in a hurry. Thanks everyone!Oriental Cuisine 5 Stars and more!
11/21/2015
By: Jenny R.
Slightly North Of Broad Restaurant
I've eaten here several times and every experience is wonderful. Any time a friend/family came to visit me in Charleston, I always brought them here. Everyone was very impressed with the food preparation and flavors.The food is so delicious. They prepare their protein to perfection. Their ingredients are unique, the chef knows what he's doing because all the flavors always compliment each other. I've never had something I didn't love here. I would highly recommend eating here, you won't be disappointed. This is a small restaurant so I would suggest making a reservation, especially if it's during the weekend. The staff is friendly, helpful and knowledgable. They all know the menu really well because I've never had any waiter go ask another person if they didn't know the answer to my questions. The restaurant is casual-upscale. The bar area is small, there is small bench to sit on if you have to wait. There is off street parking but it's very difficult to find because it's very congested in this part of downtown Charleston. There is a parking ramp a block away from here.
08/20/2008
By: cape_fisherman
Slightly North Of Broad Restaurant
SNOB is one of the first restaurants my fiance and I visited on one of "my" first trips to Charleston three years ago. Every visit since then has been quite enjoyable with one small exception. The atmosphere is great, the service is impeccable, the wine is refreshing, and the food is amazing!The only complaint that we've had in our many visits there has been a single occasion when we weren't dressed to the 10s...maybe an 8.75, but not a 10. They were busy and after a short wait we were seated at the front of the restaurant near the door and among the crowd of waiting guests. They were busy, yes...but we took it a little personally as out table was not only dirty, but was being used as quasi-storage for the night. They came to clean it off AFTER we had been seated there and complained about it. We didn't stay that evening figuring if the staff had wanted us there, they would have made us feel a bit more welcome.Other than this single hiccup, SNOB has been a wonderful addition to our Charleston restaurant "short list".
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09/30/2016
By: Gera B.
3 Matadors
Me and friends enjoyed the salsas...although, we didn't get plates to enjoy, 3 people splitting an appetizer deserves plates. Chips were good but thin and reaching across the table to dip resulted in broken chips in salsas...!!! Eeewww. Sides, no flavor. Beef enchiladas were bland! Seasoning, they definitely need! Server was ok but had to ask for plates with appetizer, remind her of drink orders (she blamed bartender), and not good food.
01/29/2012
By: jackoats
Fuel Charleston
Cool little bar with big patio and fire pit in back. Great island food at cheap prices. Looks like a gas station...cause it used to be one. Bigger inside and in back then you would think. Friendly staff, definately a chill place to go and relax or get a ...little... wild.Right next to Hominy Grits and Lana...Parking is a problem, so show early.
06/10/2017
By: Marlene F.
Rio Chico #3
I enjoyed every thing that was served. The taco's are so wonderful. Their salsa is made fresh every day. Every thing is so enjoyable. You need to come and EAT your favorite Mexican foods.
06/29/2016
By: Harris F.
The Taco Spot
A delicious and great spot downtown, their tacos stand up to their local reputation. There isn't a need to question what to get at Taco Spot, choose something, its all superb.
12/14/2015
By: darius.crane
Charleston Burger Company
Good burgers. You get a good sized burger and sided for a respectable price. The location is great with some small stores to do lite shopping if you choose.
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05/31/2014
By: Carrie M.
Creekside Pizza
Great service, beautiful view. We ordered the triple meat 10" and cheese garlic bread. Awesome! Can't wait to come back. Thanks so much!
06/15/2017
By: Meghan M.
Edison
This place is amazing! I've been multiple times and have had a great experience each time. Everything is delicious and tastes so fresh!
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