WONDERFUL. Great atmosphere with great food. We loved it and would go again and again!!!
server was most informed re food and wine. had been some time since last visit-we do have a lot of restaurants in chas, but my memory quickly came to life.
presentation of food, very nice, prices more than fair and servings, ample. will not be as long before my next visit. just omit the corn/okra broth from the base of crab cakes.
An overall pleasant experience.. Great food. Great ambiance. The sour cream apple pie was unbelievably good (I am not a big apple pie fan either). I would highly recommend S.N.O.B.
Really great food and service. SNOB was the highlight of my recent trip to the Kiawah Island/Charleston area. The food was very good and the service terrific. They gave us a complimentary fruit bowl for my son to start. The bread was delicious and warm. We were seated very close to the open kitchen which was nice. I ordered the grilled beef tenderloin with the jumbo lump crabcake and my husband had a seared whitefish. Both dishes were cooked perfectly and very tasty. Desserts were yummy too. I had the warm sour cream apple pie with vanilla ice cream and we also ordered the banana cream pie which my son loved, but I thought was just ok. Don't miss this place if you visit Charleston.
Very good food, w/out SNOB involved. My husband and I ate at SNOB on a Friday night. We stopped in at 5pm, made reservations for 5:30, which I highly recommend if you don't have previous reservations. We were seated at a small table, far away from the open kitchen, which I was disappointed about. Anyway...onto the food and service. Our waitress was nice, and service was on spot. After we received our water, a bread basket was placed on the table w/ cornbread, and another bread I can't remember. Very good cornbread. For entrees, I ordered the salmon. Husband ordered shrimp and grits. Salmon came plated w/ perfectly cooked asparagus, and underneath the fish, a delicate mushroom crepe. Very good. Husband loved the shrimp and grits, more meat and flavor than grits, which is a good thing. All in all, it was a nice, relaxing time. Nothing special, not extraordinary food. I would describe SNOB as solid. I wasn't blown away, but I know I would never be disappointed.
Beautiful dining room, excellent service, fantastic food. My husband and I had lunch at S.N.O.B. There was a 30 minute wait for a table, but it was well worth it. The restaurant was packed but you would never have known it. Our server was prompt and all of our food came out smoothly. Both of our meals were outstanding.
Great Food, Friendly Service & Wonderful Ambiance. As a Charleston local SNOB is actually one of my favorite restaurants. The beef tenderloin is to die for and they have wonderful creme brulee & sorbet. They have true Southern fare, specifically lowcountry favorites. My family normally celebrates Christmas Eve at SNOB every year. Service has always been friendly & professional. SNOB is a must when you are in Charleston
It is named SNOB for a reason. To me, going to a restaurant is more than just the food. It is the ambiance, the service and the food. This little nook has wonderful food; however our server lived up to the acronym (SNOB). She had a disposition that was less than pleasant. The food is good enough to eat there again, however I believe the servers need a small lesson in Southern Hospitality!
An Incredible Experience. My travels take me all over the world and I always come back to SNOB. The food is incredible (EVERYTHING!! is made on site), the staff is second to none and their loyalty program is awesome. From Chef Lee to managers Peter and Julia to the wait staff - everyone is there to make your meal enjoyable. Try the lamb, shrimp and grits and my absolute favorite - the charcuterie plate - words can hardly describe it. Don't miss this restaurant when visiting Charleston.
a little self-conscious/stingy - but not snobby. Well - the evening started out on a sour note, but improved. We were a little early so we odered drinks at the bar. Two martinis came to $19 w/out tip and the young woman puring drinks barely filled the glasses to the half-way point. I had thought she maybe thought we wanted to split a drink, but that was alas not the case. The waiter we had really was trying hard to sell us on any bottle of wine over $70. WOuldn't recommend anything less expensive. We thanked him for the sugestions and ordered a couple of moderate and good wines by the glass. The Duck was magnificent. The Pompano special was good - nothing special though the waiter acted as though it was something miraculous. Excellent salads. Would go back, but would skip the rip-off bar.
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