That Saturday day in Charleston was wonderful, with clear cool sun and a slight breeze. We ate on the deck outside the second floor at the traditional brick building, watching people in a plaza below us. My wife had a Fish Soup -of-the-day and I had Stuffed Green Tomato, in a slightly awkward three-slice tomato stack that was crisp and excellent. The local beers were very good and I best liked the Palmetto Amber. My wife had a low-cost wine bottle of Prosecco, taking with us what wasn't consumed. I had Shrimp & Grits for the main dish, quite good, while my wife had the Frogmore Stew. My wife usually adds salt to most dishes, but found that the Frogmore with shrimp and sausage was already heavily salted. She finally decided she couldn't finish it and she and I changed main dishes. I judged it the same, very heavily salted and hard to eat. My wife talked with Samuel, the waiter, who said he would talk with the chef; we heard no other response on that. As we got ready to leave, the couple behind me came to the same conclusion with the woman there saying she usually added salt but found this day's Frogmore Stew beyond what she could eat. She was given another order of a different dish. We would normally grade Low Country Bistro with a four or five, but when multiple visitors find the same problem of too much salt in the same dish, the restaurant should have dealt more with it, at least at the time of the second complaint. I had expected our waiter to return from the chef with offers for other solutions for my wife, but instead it was simply ignored for us and taken away from another visitor who complained more firmly than my wife. We would return, but with caution.
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