This is a hidden gem in Charleston. Decor is pleasant. Salads are mediocre and spendy for what you get. The ham and brie sandwich is spectacular. Five people at a table for lunch overwhelmed the kitchen, the serving staff, and the cashier. The waiter even mentioned that five orders at once was a bit much for the kitchen staff! They were out of the soup for the day. Not sure if we had sat at two tables instead of one if it would have been faster! It took us 45 minutes from the time we ordered until we go our food. All food was not served at the same time so some in our group were finished before others even tasted theirs. The place was not even busy at 1:30 pm on a Tuesday! Maybe the six people who were running the restaurant might have apologized for the long wait but it seems they thought it was our fault for coming in with so many people. It even took the cashier about 15minutes take our money and give us change. It seems that if you sit at one table you all have to check out at the same register!!!! Given the rave reviews from others we must have hit a bad day but not sure I would return unless I had an afternoon to kill.
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