Great food..seems to have a Louisiana\cajun food style..small but very cozy with goood attention to detail.
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Busy at Christmas and they could not keep up with the crowd. Seated us and seemed to never return. Finally did after a LONG time, but were short on menus. Will try them when they are slow. Disappointed.
Nonnah's for years has been one of my favorite dessert places in Columbia. Last night certainly did not deliver those same feelings We were barely greeted by the hostess who seemed bored at her job. When we were given a table our party of 4...More
First, I would like to thank you for your years of patronage. I'm happy to hear that we have been one of your favorite dessert places for such a long time. I feel terrible that your visit this weekend did not meet the high standards...More
My wife and I took my parents to see the Mike Frost Trio at Chayz Lounge and it was incredible. Parking is easy, seating is intimate, service was top notch, and jazz music was incredible. After the first set the band members mingled with the...More
After a great lunch we were craving something sweet. We crossed the street and entered Nonnah's for dessert. Delicious delicacies were purchased. Cakes are fantastic.
The lemon cake was delicious and was a bit pricey, but the drinks were well mixed and only about $7 which beats downtown Charleston prices! The only reason we went to this restaurant was the live jazz show for $15 a person in the back...More
If there was ever a time we could mark minus then today would be it, Ive been here before so was shocked at the way it let itself down. I ordered a honey walnut tart, my partner a turtle cheesecake and our friend a trio...More
I have eaten here twice - once for brunch and once for dessert. The brunch was pretty good, and so was the dessert. The dinner menu isn't my kind of thing, so I prefer to go elsewhere at night unless I just want a piece...More