Friday, June 28, 2013

Angel Oak Restaurant {Foodie Friday}

Helloooooo, Shrimp and Grits. Angel Oak Restaurant is one of our favorite restaurants in Charleston, although by mailing it's on John's Island, yet it's physically at the end of West Ashley. Confused? Don't be... all you need to know is that it's really good and you will probably want reservations for dinner. Also, follow their Facebook for almost daily specials.

Ready to see some amazing yumminess?

Brie en Croute / Pimento Cheese with Toast Points Snack (snack is code for $3)

These were both amazing. I am a huge fan of pimento cheese and Angel Oak's is some of my absolute favorite!

I. LOVE. THE. SHRIMP. AND. GRITS. OMGosh. They are actually called the "Bang Bang Shrimp and Grits" BANG BANG.

The grits are awesome, the sauce on them is fantastic, the shrimp is local, and it is "decorated" with fried green tomatoes. Perfection.

Now may I present to you... The Piggy Mac. oooh yeah.

Creamy mornet cheese sauce with pasta over BBQ pulled pork finished with gruyere and parmesan

It's every bit as good as you are imagining it to be. Kent orders this almost every time we go and rarely can eat even half of it. More leftovers for me!

So what will you be ordering? :)

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  1. I liked Angel Oak. I do wish they had a few more vegetarian options (good thing I do eat shrimp, at least). I've been meaning to get back there for lunch sometime soon and just haven't lately because work's been busy, but the jalepeno cheese grits were absolutely delicious and Clay liked his burger.

  2. Wow! I've never been, but those pictures look FANTASTIC! We may have to try it sometime soon!!

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