We detoured to St. Helena Island on our way to Hilton Head to try this place. It was a unique experience: Unpretentious setting in an old building, friendly but slow paced service, and food that was authentic and good, but not the best Gullah cuisine we've ever tried. We had the shrimp gumbo and the lowcounty crab soup dinner that came with collard greens and potato salad. Also tried the red rice, one of our favorites from this part of the world. Everything was tasty. I think the crab soup was the winner, but there was nothing here that will immediately draw us back again.