My wife and I wanted a casual sit down meal on Tuesday night where we did not have to get dressed up so we went back to Bennett Point Grill. Surprisingly it had been almost a year since we were last there and to our delight, the menu had not changed and still featured all of our favorites. I got the Pan Seared Shrimp and Scallops $16.25 that came with wild rice and mixed vegetables and my wife got the broiled Flounder special with fries and vegetables. The waitress was very good and attentive and brought us the delicious bread and butter. Other seafood entrées include Low Country Shrimp and Grits $15.50, the Honey Glazed Salmon $16.50 or the Grilled Salmon $616.50 that I have had before and are all excellent. The menu also features a Bennett Burger $8.25, a Shrimp or Oyster Po Boy $8.95, a Bacon Cheddar Chicken sandwich $8.75, a Ribeye steak $17.95, Honey Glazed Pork $14.50, Black Jack Pork that is slow roasted and then charred on the grill with a Jack Daniels sauce.
We went to order some wine and ran into a small snafu. We ordered a glass of chardonnay and the waitress came back to say they were out. We ordered another brand and the waitress returned to say it also was out. This time the waitress said all the only chardonnay they had was Kendall Jackson $9.50 which is always very good and did not disappoint.
The food arrived within 20 minutes even though the restaurant was crowded and the bar seats were all filled. The shrimp and scallops were coked to perfection and not rubbery or overdone. This was also true with he flounder that was still moist and the fries were hot.
The wait staff were all hustling while still being attentive and people continued to come in for a wonderful and well priced dinner. The wide menu variety, the excellent wait staff and the quality of the food preparation still packs them in at the Bennett Pointe Grill.
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