My friend and I had dinner there after seeing a show downtown. We had the pan seared scallops and crab cakes. They were awesome. The staff was very friendly and checked with us several times. Liz and Ricky went out of their way to make...More
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We try to get back to Charleston, lovely Charleston couple of times each year and, even with all the wonderfull places to eat(!), we find ourselves going back for lunch to this little cafe -- on street level of the venerable Francis Marion Hotel, across...More
We stopped here for a late lunch on a recent Sunday. The vegetable plate was excellent with huge portions and a wide variety of selections. Another in our party enjoyed the crab cakes that were prepared without any fillers. Finally the burgers were well prepared....More
When you want a nice dinner in Charleston, there's so many to choose from. But, you read the menu, see the prices and just feel like it's way too much for what's probably going to be more decorative than actual food that you can sit...More
During a trip to Charleston, my family and I ate at several of the top-rated restaurants in town, as well as at the Swamp Fox, the restaurant attached to the Francis Marion hotel at which we stayed. The Fox had the best shrimp n grits...More
We all went with the buffet which wasn't too cheap if your not hungry. In general the selection wasn't bad and the food was pretty good. I didn't find anything exceptional but they did have a smoothy and some pretty nice sausage options.
With Family in the Charleston area this restaurant may become an annual stop! Located on upper King St (387) you can enter from the Francis Marion hotel but the Swamp Fox has its own entrance next door. The hostess, our server and the entire staff...More
Weekday buffet available for breakfast with quite a variety of choices. Eggs made to order. Prices extremely reasonable. Sausage gravy was great and the waffles were to die for. Located inside s hotel, but had street-side entrance. Not your typical hotel restaurant.