Nearby points of interest
Nearby points of interest
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
Send a Gift Card
Buy now and send it instantly by email, or print a card to give in person.
Indaco Ratings and Reviews
The service was very good they seated us quickly and brought a complementary drink for our anniversary. The sever was very friendly and knowledgeable.
The Burrata flavored were excellent combined together nicely.
The Seraphini Pinot Nero a very good wine.
The whole fish was grilled and could have used a bit kor flavor. But the couscous did not complement the dish. It was too cold and undercooked.
We order the sausage pizza which had maybe on little sausage ball per slice and it was covered with arugula. Where were the other ingredients? Never found the pepperoccini. The crust was good though.
We wanted to finish with something sweet but the chocolate moose was way too salty so we couldn't even finish it!
Overall nice environment but overpriced.
Drinks were delish! Service was really good. Some of our plates were lacking in flavor. Especially the whole fish. Two people in our party ordered this and it didn't have much behind it. It was cooked to Perfection but not much flavor. The couscous salad was also pretty bland. Wasn't impressed with the gnocchi either. Pizza and meatballs were great. A lot of us were a little let down because we have been wanting to try Indaco.
Food was really good even though the portions for a bit small for the price. Not a big deal though. Our waitress was nice and had good recommendations but never asked us if we wanted more to drink. I thought that was kind of odd but overall a good dining experience.
Server was a bit short with us when I questioned why we have to sit at the bar for happy hour when the high top table they put us at was 2 feet from the bar??? Why doesn't everyone get the same price anyway. I hate when restaurants do that to paying customers. Food was so so and not worth what you pay. Not going back.
OVERALL A GREAT PLACE.....GOOD VALUE WITH VERY TASTY WELL PREPARED FOOD. A lilies on the high nose level inside with lots of hard defaces to bounce around the sound. Service while not 100% attentive was a little choppy, but overall satisfactory. High activity as it is on the hottest spots of King street.
Worth a visit even for the bar and a wood fired pizza.
I would like to recognize the staff for their patience as we were late to our reservations. That being said, our server was nice but was inattentive. The server vanished for 20 minutes at one point and it took them forever to bring us a desert menu and the check.
The food was such a disappointment. The fresh bread brought to us was about as plain as bread can get. My girlfriend got the parmesan & ricotta ravioli to which she commented "Olive Garden is better than this". I got the Black Pepper Tagliatelle and it was nothing special and pretty bland. The Chocolate Mousse desert was pretty good however.
We both thought that this restaurant was way overpriced. Both of our pasta dishes were medium sized portions (at best) and both were $23+. Compared to several other nice Italian options in the area, this is steep for roughly the same menu items.
I heard the staff mention several times that Indaco like to do things the "traditional" way. Well if the traditional way is plain and bland, then they are doing alright. As for me and my girlfriend, we will not be returning and would not recommend this restaurant.
This place is great. The 3 of us sat in front of the open kitchen so we could see what all the food looked like and it was great. The prosciutto appetizer board is excellent. Had the mushroom pizza that was delicious. We had a great time and definitely will return.
We were a table of four, three guests visiting. The food was very good to great. Pizza crusts were good, and priced appropriately. I ordered the Gnocchi. While very tasty, it was a very small quantity more appropriate for an appetizer, not the main course. For such a small enteré, it was very pricey at $28 per plate. The salad was also overpriced for the value, at $11.
Server tried to explain the dishes to us but didn't do a thorough job of it. Otherwise, the service was as expected and great.
This is actually my daughter and my favorite place for a delicious app and pizza before a show at nearby Woolfe Street Playhouse. This time we were late making plans and could only get a 5:30 reservation. NO problem there.... but when we were seated we were told that there were a lot of reservations after us and we needed to place our entire order at one time for the chef... after that we just felt rushed and the pizza was not as good as usual.... maybe rushed. So, that was too bad.
My husband had the gnocchi and said it was the best dish he had in the five days we were in Charleston. A friend and I split the Margherita pizza which was good but not great and we all shared the Dark Chocolate Semifreddo for dessert and it was excellent. The service was also very good.
Great meal and service. Waiter was very helpful with wine selections. Huge storm blew through while we were there and manager was nice enough to let us use the back door to get to the parking lot...and provided trash bags for cover since we didn't have an umbrella. Much appreciated!
Please sign in to record your input. Thanks!
Report this review as inappropriate?
If you believe this review should be removed from OpenTable, please let us know and someone will investigate.