The pasta was great. I can't wait to eat there again.
915 Houston Northcutt BlvdMount Pleasant, SC 29464
From Business: Eurasia Cafe and Wine Bar, located in the Whole Foods shopping center in Mt. Pleasant, features Modern American cuisine with some Asian influences. Our ever-chang…
A bit pricey, but soooo worth it!1. Try the mac & cheese. 2. Add lobster. 3. Get over the fact that the lobster is $15 extra, on top of the $10 for the mac & cheese itself. 4. Thank me after you're done enjoying the yummalicious goodness.Crave's mac & cheese was voted best by GQ for a reason. Experience it for yourself.Every visit I've made here has been excellent. All the food I've had has been delicious. The serve has always been great as well. You can't go wrong.
I can't believe I'm just making my way here after all of these years. Perhaps my taste buds needed to grow up, so that I could appreciate what's served here. My mom and I came here for lunch, at her suggestion. I knew we were in for fresh food and great, unique options. And I was right. My only "complaint" is that my panini didn't really look like a pressed sandwich to me. But the ingredients were good. My mom ordered a seared Ahi Tuna salad, which I sampled. It was very delicious. I knew I should've ordered it!The service was excellent from the time we walked in. My more sophisticated palate enjoyed a nice outing.
The owners and staff here are so nice!Although it was getting pretty busy, I was greeted as soon as I walked through the door. I was asked if I'd visited before, and was given the rundown. Despite the growing lunch crowd, I wasn't rushed to make a decision. I chose the turkey panini, which I was told was a favorite of their diners. I can see why.First, I didn't know raspberry mayo was such a thing. YUM! It was also served with swiss chess, and your choice of a salad or bag of chips. I opted for the salad, which was tasty on its own. Even the water infused with cucumber and lemon was perfect...so much so, that I asked to take a cup to-do. This place has me eating all of my veggies with their yummy salad AND drinking lots more water. They also serve sangria at times, and wine/beer as well. There was a selection of tasty teas, too.Adding this little gem to my list of places I definitely have to visit whenever I'm home.
I've been here twice. Neither time was amazing, but the experiences weren't bad either. This most recent time (7/3/16), most of the people in our party tried the Sunday brunch buffet. The highlight of the buffet was the omelette station--I had one with shrimp, mushrooms, spinach, tomato, and cheddar cheese. It was the only thing I ate entirely. The cheddar grits were good (I ate 80% of it). My 2 1/2 year old niece took my biscuit from me, so I can't speak on how it was (it looked good, though.) The Hubs said that he didn't like the breakfast potatoes. We both agreed the waffles were better than the french toast. The bacon was yummy, too.But the buffet was only $16.95 with $2 mimosas, so for that reason I'd definitely come back. Plus the restaurant itself is nice, and the views of Shem Creek are lovely. So I still feel it's a good restaurant to visit overall.
The experience during my first visit here with the Hubs and my parents was better than my second, but I won't count this place out completely. The dinner entrees we all had were a hit--the deviled eggs, hush puppies, grilled salmon, burger, and New York strip were all very good.But when we came back for brunch, the sausage was too salty for my parents. Other than that, the brunch offerings were good. Nothing mind-blowing. The 41 Bellini was strong! It was made with sparkling wine, bourbon, vanilla bean, and a raspberry...wow, was not expecting it to pack such a punch!The staff wasn't completely helpful when my parents informed them of the super salty sausage, and I think that left a bad taste in my dad's mouth (see what I did there? haha) But my mom is willing to go back...for dinner and not brunch. The Hubs and I would go back again for any meal, though.
The service was great.We had brunch here and it was not good. My friend and I ordered fried green tomatoes benedict and it was horrible. There was no flavor at all. I thought that you couldn't go wrong with ordering fried green tomatoes in the south and wow was I wrong! Oh we ordered garlic fries here and we both had horrible stomach aches after because they were so greasy.
My mom won a free happy hour special for her and 9 other people, courtesy of Burtons Grill #woot It included 1 free cocktail per person and a sampling of appetizers for the group (two orders each of Memphis Dry Rub Wings, Philly Spring Rolls, Buffalo Chicken Dip). Let me back up a bit and say that the cocktails were awesome and potent. Everyone had nothing but positive things to say about what they ordered to sip. I had the Burtons Mai Tai (for my first round and third rounds...hey, it was a holiday weekend #dontjudgeme) and the Brazilian Punch (which definitely packed a punch and looked really cool with its crushed ice and purple hue). Our wait staff brought out rolls for us to munch on while we waited for the appetizers. I'd go back to Burtons for the rolls alone. But not only were the rolls amazing, so were the appetizers. We ended up ordering even more apps after the free ones we had. Unfortunately, I was too stuffed to order any of the entrees. Fortunately, that gives me a valid reason to return the next time I'm home. On top of the great drinks and food, the service we received was some of the best I've ever had. You'd think that they wouldn't care since we were there eating and drinking for free. But the staff was excellent from start to finish. Bravo Burtons!
One of my favorite places in Charleston. Food is amazing! I have tried the grilled cheese panini, turkey and brie panini, and ham and asiago panini. All were perfect!
Staff was great, food was delicious, and craft beer selection was the strongest I have seen in the area. Would return.