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Genuine Italian flavors fill an airy, modern space accented by lime-wash, white brick, blonde butcher block and silver lighting pendants. An antique pizza peel dating to the 1850s hangs on the wall, portraying Indaco’s dedication to authenticity. The restaurant boasts a craft cocktail program featuring Italian classics such as the Negroni and amaro on tap and housemade Italian sodas. This concept introduces traditional Italian eating to Upper King’s booming, fine-dining scene. A 2,900 square foot restaurant, Indaco offers 100 seats inclusive of the bar and patio.
Charleston, SC 29403
Hours of Operation:
SUNDAY - WEDNESDAY: 5 TO 10 PM
THURSDAY - SATURDAY: 5 PM to 11 PM
$30 and under
Complimentary Valet Parking
Street Parking on King
Bar Dining, Beer, Chef's Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Wine
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Indaco Ratings and Reviews
At 10:00 PM on Saturday night, the hostess claimed they were fully booked for the rest of the night. However, when I opened OpenTable they showed open reservations at 10:00, 10:15, and 10:30. They only sat us after I booked on OpenTable as I believe they just didn't want any additional tables to serve
for the night.
The crostini appetizer was awful. The margharita pizza was overcooked. I have been to Indaco many times and the food quality has been going downhill. I told the server that I didn't like the crostini and she said she did not like it either. So why did she let me order it? Why not suggest something else? I will think twice before going to Indaco again
Overall good experience. Teddy gave us excellent service , attentive and knowledgeable. My chicken entree was nothing remarkable, however the others in my party enjoyed their pork, scallops, and ribeye. Side note, the onion rings are the best we have ever had. Would definitely return and check out their pasta options.
The restaurant is gorgeous with the warm brick and wood throughout. The noise level is pretty high since the sounds tend to bounce off the walls, but not so bad that you cannot hear your dining companions - you just need to speak up some (which I guess adds to the overall noise level).
The flavors of all the appetizers and pasta sent my taste buds into orbit. We started with the the burrata and the baby lettuce salad. Both were seasoned to perfection, and has us anticipating our meal. The pasta dishes did not disappoint. Each bite makes you hunger for the next - I was so disappointed when it was gone - although I was plenty satisfied.
Service was exceptionally slow - perhaps they were attempting to give us the authentic European experience in which you savor your meal. That might have been ok had it been explained, and if the server had come by more often to check on us. Getting the check at the end of the evening was a very long wait, however, once we had it, the server was efficient in processing and returning the ticket.
Overall a very enjoyable evening.
With all of the fine restaurants to choose from in Charleston, Indaco might just be our overall favorite.
The food at Indaco is fresh, innovative and always cooked to perfection. They have the best pizza this side of Naples and we always order one to munch on over drinks. We tried something different this time at the suggestion of our fabulous server, Maggie. The four of us ordered the three course chef's choice dinner. The staff just kept bringing us dish after fabulous dish and we all enjoyed every morsel. It took some of the guesswork out of what to order from the menus and it was a fun experience. A must try for the adventuresome.
Last, but not least, Indaco has plenty of valet parking - a big plus in downtown Charleston.
A lovely restaurant with an excellent staff. The wine menu and bourbon selection was decent, looked like some interesting cocktails as well.
I would rate the food between a 3-4 just because there's so many excellent restaurants in the Charleston area.
Definitely will return though.
This is a fabulous restaurant for both seafood and pasta. I had Pasta and my wife had sea bass. She said it was the best sea bass she has ever had anywhere. The service is fabulous. We highly recommend this restaurant. Also it was just around the corner from our hotel. Regards
Tim & Susie Carnell
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