CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) - Another local restaurant is getting national attention for its fresh seafood offerings.
According to the article, The Ordinary features a menu of "exquisitely executed seafood creations" where guests are surrounded by a converted old bank building.
"The customers didn't look or dress alike, but they all seemed to know one another. It's the French-brasserie concept idealized, everyone happily jostling everyone else," Alan Richman's article reads.
Richman goes on to describe a triggerfish schnitzel that he said could shape the way the culinary world views sunchokes, equating them with the Brussel sprouts revival of 2012.
Richman had a dish a drink that were not to be missed by any diner: NV Jo Landron Atmosphères, "a juicy, eccentric, lip-smacking sparkler," he said, and the barbecued, heads-on shrimp immersed in a mostly Worcestershire sauce.
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