This place was recommended to us as the best restaurant on Johns Island so we gave it a try. In our opinion it was wonderful. They are noted for having "authentic French Lowcountry cuisine" and my friends and I enjoyed it very much.
We started with muscles and fried green tomatoes with goat cheese both of which were fantastic. I tried something new, the spaghetti squash with sauteed artichokes and a house sauce. It was divine. And the wine was outstanding. I highly recommend.