It was my birthday and reservations were made at a fine restaurant inside The Mill House hotel on Queen street. The menu was somewhat limited and the atmosphere was not upbeat so we ordered a pizza for a starter with a side salad and glsses of wine.The pizza was perfect to knock the edge off our huge appetite and we left to search for a more lively restaurant. Walking along King Street, we noticed Sermet's Corner and decided to walk in. There were tables available for immediate seating unlike many restaurants we passed on the way. The menu had a lot of seafood and we both ordered fish. When I asked our waitress to change the sauce on my dish, she said yes and I was able to get my red snapper prepared differently. My wife's dinner was also brought to the table the way she likes, in all separate dishes. They have a nice selection of wine by the glass and tap and bottled beer and serve warm homemade bread with heated olive oil. There is an open kitchen and a lively bar, so if you don't mind seeing alot of activity while you wait for your dinners to come out, this is the place for you. There is also a restaurant run by the same owner on Daniel Island where we had brunch once.
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