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About Ms. Rose's
Ms. Rose's Fine Food and Cocktails, West Ashley's hottest new restaurant.
Charleston, SC 29407
Hours of Operation:
Open at 11:00 7 days a week
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Ms. Rose's Ratings and Reviews
The food is mediocre at best. Because the side we sat on had a bar vibe, we kept the theme and had the wings appetizer (buffalo & jerk). They were awful. The buffalo had the orange sauce slathered on full size wings. The jerk was salty/not spicy. We switched gears and ordered entree salads with added protein. The spinach was wilted on the salad and, disappointingly, overall it had no flavor. I had high hopes with the ingredients because it seemed impossible not to be good -- though, it was barely average. The blue cheese had no flavor and tasted like that which could be purchased at Costco (never purchased blue cheese there but you can get my implication). The salmon was bland. I didn't eat much of mine; in general, I love salads. My friend had the chef salad and he said it was "fine." I didn't try it but it looked OK. I think the restaurant has potential because it is clean/ambiance is fine and it's located in an area of town that desperately needs good dining options. However, I would not go back unless the kitchen had an overhaul (preparation and quality of ingredients). Lastly, the bill was around $60 with no alcohol. I have no problem with the price point if the food is good; unfortunately, this dining experience was barely mediocre and I rate the food as poor.
This was honestly one of the best dinners my husband and I have had in several years. The food was cooked and seasoned perfectly, the drinks were on point, and our server was kind and attentive. I couldn't have asked for a single thing more than what we received. We will 100% be returning.
The food was exceptional. My husband had the fried chicken and he loved it! I had the shrimp and grits. It was not what I was expecting however it tasted fantastic. A must go to restaurant. On our next vacation to Charlestown we will stopping in to eat at Ms. Rose's.
We were in Charleston to view the eclipse. We were familiar with the city. Our daughter used to live there. We wanted to eat good low country food and the restaurants in town were unavailable. Ms. Rose's was recommended as an alternative , so we decided to take a chance! We were pleasantly surprised. The food was excellent. There was a little mix up with our order. We were compensated with a free desert. Our server was very helpful with his recommendations.All in all,we would definitely go there again.
Dining at Ms Roses is second to none. My only disappointment is that a few months ago they changed chefs and the new chef removed perhaps the very best menu item - fried risotto rice balls/fritters. I long for their return but I'm told they're not coming back. Sad....
Our waitress was great. My duck breast was very fatty, I had to ask for a steak knife, but it wasn't much help. I should have sent it back, but we had a play to go to and didn't want to be late. One of our party had the mussels, shrimp, fish but the fish was dry and there wasn't enough juice to sop up with the bread given. All in all, not what we expected.
The Fried Green Tomatoes were wonderful and my wife loved the fact that the pay a lot of attention to their vegetarian options. My wife had the Roasted Portabello which was so good but she could not finish (to go box required). The Peach Glazed SC Chicken Confit was cooked perfectly and the flavors were amazing. The food was awesome but it was very difficult to have a conversation due to the noise level. This would not be a problem if you were in a group or just with friends for a good dinner. It is not a good choice for first dates or special occasions since you have to struggle to be heard above the other diners and any intimate or meaningful conversation is impossible. This dinner was in celebration of my first anniversary since my heart attack and all the successful changes in our lives and they offered excellent healthy, tasty options which were really welcome. I want to stress that the food and service is really great but it would just be really nice to have a romantic dinner such as date night along with the great food available. An additional review review will be available on the Facebook page Date Night Low Country.
They have pimento cheese grits that were some of the BEST grits I have ever had! They also have a lot of different kinds of mimosas. I really liked the strawberry flavor. The rest of the brunch items were pretty standard and nothing too exciting. A little more expensive when compared to similar brunch spots, but worth it if you are craving cheese grits.
Great Art Deco place with nice menu, good service (except for not having specialty cocktails available). Fried chicken outstanding as was shrimp and grits. Swordfish a little underdone. Steak very tasty and fries were nice and crispy. Server was attentive and personable. Enjoyed the ambiance and relaxed atmosphere. Unique booths in bar area.
Food was absolutely delicious. My friend and I went for brunch one Sunday and we booked a reservation just in case it was busy. It wasn't super crowded, which was nice, so I was able to actually have a conversation with my friend without having to scream at one another. Everyone that helped us was super friendly and we loved the food! Also, their spiked iced coffee was to die for. What a perfect Sunday.
I was the only one who ordered from the Restaurant Week menu. All of my choices were delicious. My dining companions ordered from the regular menu and they enjoyed their meals also. Our waiter was patient and attentive despite the fact that they were getting rather busy before we left. Would definitely go back. Want to try Ramen Night!
A small group of us decided to try this restaurant because some of us had been wanting to for a while. It was a weekend night and there wasn't many other diners in the place at all.
The waitress was very nice, but service was exceptionally slow to start. We were only ordering drinks at this point, so the bar could have been a contributor to this as well.
The food was definitely less appealing than expected. The shrimp and grits had an odd flavor I couldn't pinpoint and not enough gravy. The fried chicken is a large portion and was cooked through, but had an odd breading and wasn't as good as expected either.
Not the worst place I've dined at over the years, but not somewhere I'll likely return to either.
I went there for my birthday to try the restaurant. The menu was confusing and the food was cold and did not taste good at all. There was not a lot of people there at 7:00PM on a Saturday night so therefore, I should have taken the warning. The atmosphere is somewhat strange. It was not what I expected. I did not try the cocktails but maybe this is what it is best at.
Ms. Rose's is one of my favorite restaurants in the Charleston area. My husband is a picky-eater, but he enjoys the fried chicken every time. Desserts are updated, but if you EVER see the Hawaiian Chantilly cake listed (and you love coconut) you have GOT to get a slice! Always some good drink specials during Happy Hour!
Ramen nights on Tuesday are a good value for a GREAT meal. The noodles are very good and price goes up from $7 as you add to your bowl. There are always fun things planned- comedy nights, for example. We had an AWESOME time for the first ever pig-pickin (BBQ) on the new patio. This is a great place for foodies, watching the big game, or just catching up with family or friends!
We had seen a chef from this restaurant on Chopped while we were on vacation so we decided to check it out. The atmosphere was great and the place was very trendy. The booths were comfortable.
The food was too salty and overcooked. We expected it to be more trendy. Portions were so-so.
The waiter called my husband Buddy. That did not sit well.
Basically, we had higher expectations and were unimpressed.
We also heard another table complaining about the salty food.
We ate lunch at Ms. Rose's for the first time on May 20, 2016 and it was fantastic! It was not crowded when arrived but by the time we finished, it was packed. You have got to order a biscuit with their homemade strawberry jam! Our group tried the fried chicken with Tabasco honey sauce with grits and succotash, the meatloaf sandwich with mixed vegetables, and a salad with grilled chicken. Everything was delicious! The quantities were large and we brought leftovers home. Service was excellent and the restaurant is decorated very funky and fun! We will definitely return!
The food was absolutely incredible as always! We brought our friends from Colorado and they agree some of the best food of the weekend! The service was something less than desired, but it won't keep us away as this is the first time we have had poor service here.
Food was unremarkable. Fried green tomatoes were burned and barely any goat cheese. Shrimp and grits bland. Shrimp tasted previously frozen. Not what I expect in Charleston. Waitress was not attentive. After we were given the check we sat and chatted a bit longer since the restaurant was not busy and NO ONE asked if we'd like anything else, didn't refresh coffee, water, nothing. And we were there another 45 minutes.
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