Try a plate of shrimp or salmon served with grits at this popular restaurant. Seafood dishes can be ordered fried, broiled, Cajun, Caribbean Jerk and ... More
Hyman's Seafood Restaurant
Try a plate of shrimp or salmon served with grits at this popular restaurant. Seafood dishes can be ordered fried, broiled, Cajun, Caribbean Jerk and more. Try the Crispy Flounder (USD14.95), the restaurant's specialty and best selling dish. If you prefer the land to the ocean, there are chicken and pasta dishes on the menu as well. Visit the merchandise store for coffee mugs, shirts, hats, Hyman's seasonings and other assorted paraphernalia. The owners take customer service very seriously and go out of their way to ensure a positive dining experience. Reservations are not accepted so arrive early. Parking is available in the Omni parking garage.
Hymans was great. We arrived early and there was no waiting. Each person greeted us and welcomed us to Hymans. The wait staff was excellent. We tried mahi shrimp and tilapia. It was perfect. I would recommend it on the top of our list for seafood restaurants.
This restaurant would most likely have been something to remember 90 years ago, but now it is a tourist trap. My wife and I got some of the sorriest seafood we tried, during our week long stay in Charleston. The deviled crab was so wet it was like soup in a shell.
I regret believing all of the rave reviews about this place, when I was researching restaurants to eat at, before we left for Charleston.
A fun place even on a cold winter day. Yeah, there are lines, even in December, but they are testament to good seafood and low=country cuisine at pretty reasonable prices. Waiter upscaled us from crabcakes to Carolina Delight and it was delicious. Peel and eat shrimp and Palmetto beer reminded us of a place on Esplanade in NO.
We'll be back whenever we get south of Wisconsin.
This restaurant was not designed for children. It was very difficult to get in and out with a toddler and a baby. There's not room for a stroller (if you've been touring the city and want to stop by). There is more than one level so you may be seated upstairs- which can be cumbersome with small children. The food was good, but I thought the atmosphere was more for singles or couples, not really for families.
Our family went there and were absolutely impressed! The food was awesome, the atmosphere was friendly and the wait staff courteous. The manager went around to each table and spoke to the party there making sure everything was to everyone's liking. The scallops were to die for as were the hushpuppies. The only down side was they were out of bread pudding, which would have been the icing on the cake. Of course, we were all too full to eat it and wanted a to go box if it had been available.
Massacred Mahi. Fish had not been fresh since the battle of fort sumter. BBQ shrimp must have been bought as frozen fried shrimp at Sams the had BBQ sauce poured over it. Shrimp and grits were soupy with tasteless small shrimp, smothered with (My Guess) Chef Boyardee Alfredo Sauce. Too much hype and self promotion does not lead to a decent meal.
The Days Inn Charleston Historic District is conveniently situated a mile from Battery Park, the City Market, and Waterfront Park
and is just eight miles from the Charleston International Airport. Guests can roam the historic district or make excursions ...
Circa 1840 and meticulously restored, the Andrew Pinckney Inn is located approximately one mile from Charleston Museum and eight miles
from Charleston Airport. The Citadel is two miles away and Boone Hall Plantation is eight miles away. The inn ...
Welcome to BEST WESTERN King Charles Inn.Located in downtown Charleston, South Carolina, the BEST WESTERN King Charles Inn is the
only Best Western hotel within Charleston's historic district and one of only a few hotels that offers free parking.The ...