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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
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Ms. Rose's Ratings and Reviews
Service was slow. My appetizer was cold. Biscuits that cost 2.00 a piece we old and stale. Pork chop was over fried and too salty. Mac and cheese was over done and dry. Bread pudding dessert was dry and the s'mores dessert was dry. Waiter wa slow in refilling drinks, bringing next course and getting the bill To us despite restaurants was empty.
Orders were wrong.
Booked this restaurant for new years eve dinner based on the fried chicken. When we went to order they were out of white meat and could only do dark. When my daughter ordered short ribs they were out of those as well. We ended up with steak and pulled pork where we would have gone elsewhere with better ratings.
Great find through OpenTable. Went with family to celebrate my parents 36th Wedding Anniversary. Some interesting food choices but everything tasted really good.
Definitely order the Rose Seasoning chicken wings. They were delicious. We ordered them as an appetizer and because there were only 4 of them, everyone decided to order their own for dinner. The homemade blue cheese dressing is amazing!!!!
I absolutely hate blue cheese until I had it here. Even if you prefer ranch dressing, still get this on the side just to try it. You WONT REGRET IT
The meat pie was also really good. Drinks were reasonable.
Sangria - was rather dry for a sangria. Tasted more like a semi sweet red wine and club soda but in all I wasn’t disappointed.
Everything else was awesome!!
Food was just ok. Everyone at our table had soggy, limp, and over seasoned fries. We had to order off the Brunch menu despite requesting a dinner menu. The brunch menu was just so limited. You pretty much have to get grits with almost everything, and none of us liked grits. Hense, we ended up with soggy fries.
I have driven by this place forever but never stopped. I had some friends headed out Hwy 17 on Sunday and this was on the way. Amazing!!! Great grits, green tomatoes and the service was great. The atmosphere was clean, funky and huge big screen tvs. Definitely where I'm gonna do football from now on. Bloody Mary bar, Mimosa Flight, overall a great find.
My first time in Charleston for a work trip and this place was recommended by a local colleague. I had the fried green tomatoes which were amazing! The banana pudding cheesecake to finish was very dense and thick but good flavor. If you want a heavy dessert I recommend this! Fun atmosphere, casual and great food.
It was good but nothing to get excited about. I had the pear glazed chicken confit, which didn’t have much flavor and the chicken portion was a bit small. The biscuits were over cooked and my aunt had a steak with potatoes and veggies, all of which came out cold. The brownie-cookie dessert was decent, but it wasn’t warm and seemed a bit over cooked. I also had a salad that was overdressed. My uncle, mother, and GF had decent meals, but again, it’s nothing to get excited about. I give it a hard C-
Always enjoy Ms. Rose's. They make the best cocktails and you get your money's worth. The food is very good and nicely presented. You can do several appetizers as a meal or share with the table and order an entrée. Good soup and salad options if you want to eat light. Good lively ambience without being too loud.
We happened along on the last night of restaurant week. I will have to say, the food was absolutely delicious. We were actually surprised at how good it was although not sure why. Our waitress Nikki was great and very attentive which we appreciated. We will definitely go back!
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....
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