Ceasar salad was drowning in dressing. Spaghetti and meatballs were
drowing in sauce. Food was mediocre. Portions were huge (if thats your thing).
Music was loud. Service was excellent. If you want good, inexpensive italian
food, try Sette in Mount Pleasant. If you want expensive italian (not much more than Carabba's), try Fulton Five or Il Cortile in Charleston.
On our last visit both salad and entree prepared poorly, sauce was too sweet and salad made from the core of the lettuce. Management offered something else but failed to find out what the problems were. Did not offer any compensation for meal that was uneaten, this review is from a culinary professional with 30 years of experience in the food industry.
Some of the freshest ingredients you will find anywhere.
The management and staff really care about your experience.
The food is prepared with quality ingredients and care by the cooks and managers.
My favorite dishes were the mussels and the filet. Mine was topped with the shrimp scampi, OUTSTANDING!
A previous review complained about the salad being prepared with the hear of the lettuce, that's the best part!
They also made a special pizza for my son at no extra charge.
We will be back!
Disgusting. Was NOT Italian food. My husband and I were unable to eat our dinner. Our waitress was very sweet and capable, the manager was rude and made no attempt to satisfy our complaints. We left hungry and angry
Maybe it's what you choose from the menu, but the dishes my hisband and I bought were delicious and filling. I had some left over for lunch the next day! We had zucchini sticks for an appetizer and chicken breast dishes for the entree. Mine had goat cheese and red roasted peppers among other things, and it was just fabulous.
As always, we LOVED it. We were down for a Zac Brown Concert and ate at Carrabba's Saturday and Sunday. We enjoyed our meal both days and ate the same thing both days (Chicken Bryan). Our waiter was friendly and attentative and the food was sooo good. Just wish we had a Carrabba's closer to our hometown :)