Friday, October 9, 2009

Review of Mustard Seed Restaurant Charleston

For the past seven years we have visited Kiawah, we have always managed to squeeze in time to dine at our usual list of no fail restaurants. One of these restaurants is the Mustard Seed located at 1978 Maybank Highway on James Island. The restaurant has a very large menu that has something for everyone. The real treats are the daily specials that cover usually three to four tasty fresh seafood specialties. The daily specials list always features some really delicious desserts.

One of the premier items on this menu is the pad Thai. The dish comes with a ton of noodles, fresh vegetables, and succulent shrimp. This dish is also offered with chicken or even meatless. The portion size is huge and I usually end up overeating, especially when I add dessert to the meal.

The prices are really good as meal for two adults and two children will run about fifty to sixty bucks which usually includes a few drinks. The cost of dining at Mustard Seed is really affordable and swings upwards and downwards depending upon your meal for the night.

The service at the Mustard Seed is always cheerful and polite at the Maybank location. Our service just like the food has always been consistently decent; though the last visit we had waited a little longer for our food due to an issue in the back of the house that was no fault of the food server.

If you plan on coming down to Kiawah, Seabrook, or Charleston for a week in the lowcountry, plan a lunch or dinner excursion at the Mustard Seed. There are two other locations in addition to the Maybank Highway restaurant.

101 N. Main Street, Summerville SC

1026 Chuck Dawley Blvd, Mount Pleasant, SC.

I have heard from other s that the consistency is the same no matter which restaurant you choose to dine at. Take caution that this restaurant does not take reservations and is first come, first serve basis. Some nights can be a gamble to get a table if you arrive at peak times during the weekends. Plan on early or late dinner, or pay a visit during the week days when restaurant traffic is slower.

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