The Palmetto Oyster House was great the first year it opened. Lately the quality of food and service seems to be lacking.
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We ate here for our first night in South Carolina. What a gem!! Loved the unique decor inside and out. The food is delicious!! Our group had a range from swordfish, catfish, scallops and shrimp. All was very well prepared!! The corn hush puppies were...More
My husband and I ate here a couple nights ago and it was fantastic! For appetizers, we had the alligator cheesecake and corn fritters. Both were yummy! However, we probably wouldn't get the cheesecake again as it was just too rich and heavy to start...More
What a nice surprise! I went here for lunch, but wish I went here for dinner the night before too! Had a nice menu that had interesting options. I tried the Mango Lobster Tacos, they were wonderful! We also tried the corn fritters (awesome) and...More
This restaurant was a mixed experience. Some dishes are superb, while others come up lacking. The oysters are excellent, if pricy. Some spacialties, like their Alligator Pie, which contains no actual allugator meat, was overdone and not particularly good. Service was good despite there being...More
A relaxing atmosphere. We ordered raw and garlic baked oysters. A dozen each. I shared one of the garlic baked and then ate the rest. Could have made it my meal. Sooo good. For dinner I ordered fried shrimp. Worth the fried as thy were...More
This was a great dinning experience. We stopped in and sat on their outside patio. Max was our server and he took great care of us. Good knowledge of the menu and great suggestions. And he's only been working there 4weeks! We took the advice...More
Great staff, lots of selections to choose from, and food is always delicious. Bacon wrapped scallops, oysters on the half shell, mushroom swiss burgers are some of the items me or my friends have chosen that, are always very good. Large selection of beer.