The Greenville Food Thread

mcdaniel

New Member
Jan 14, 2010
560
Greenville, SC
#1
My Favorites:

Asain: Korean BBQ (on Woodruff), Irashiai (on Pleseantburg)
Country Cooking: Cataran Lodge (across from BJU)
Pizza: Mellow Mushroom (Downtown), Frodo's
BBQ: Greenville doesn't have any great BBQ, I work in Charlotte so I eat at RO's in Gastonia, NC pretty Regularly.
Brew Pub: Blue Ridge (Downtown). Their Pimento Cheese is awesome.
Mexican: Sr. Salsa for regular, Uncle Berto's Burritos for "Moes-esque" Burritos
Steak: Larkin's on the River (Downtown)
Seafood: Oyster @ West End (Downtown)
Chain: Outback

There you go, I eat at these places all the time.
 
Jan 11, 2010
606
Upstate SC
#2
If ya like Indian food- SWAD in Laurens rd is great.
1421 Laurens Road
Greenville, SC 29607-2348
(864) 233-2089

For middle eastern cuisine- The PITA house on Pleasantburg is also good.
495 South Pleasantburg Drive
Greenville, SC 29607-2525
(864) 271-9895
 

mcdaniel

New Member
Jan 14, 2010
560
Greenville, SC
#3
Haven't been to SWAD, but I love Indian. I will check it out.

Can't believe I forgot Pita House, That place is great. They are rude & you must have cash, but the food is awesome.
 

mtmorto

New Member
Feb 22, 2013
16
#4
For BBQ, I like to eat at Bucky's on Roper Mountain. I had Irashai for the first time the other night. I can second that for a good Asian restaurant. Taco Casa is one of my all time favorites for cheap Mexican food.
 

Lupinus

New Member
Jan 13, 2013
77
#5
Korean BBQ on Woodruff is Awesome. Great little place with great owners.

India Palace on Pleasantburg is fairly good for Indian. The owner was gone for awhile and it was a little spotty, but it's been good since he's been back.

For Japanese, Sushi Masa on Pelham is AWESOME. Lots of non-sushi on the menu, real Japanese not the hibachi stuff we're used to.

Also on Pelham, The Schwaben House is excellent German cuisine.

Saigon Fast Food on Pleasantburg, awesome Vietnamese.
 
Dec 15, 2009
108
#7
+2 to ramsey88's recommendation for Jon's Pizza in Mauldin, in thread below--- their crust is thin and crispy! very casual

ate at 'Asia' restaurant last year---elegant, good food, a bit pricey but worth it imo--- behind sticky fingers, off woodruff rd past Malfunction Junction...dont know if they are still around..

Definitely will check out the rec's on the Indian foods..thanks!
 

flareback

New Member
Nov 12, 2012
81
SC
#9
My wife and I went to Sully's Steamers the other day. You pick your type of bagel, what you want on it and they steam it. I thought it sounded weird but it's really good. I got the Swamp Rabbit BBQ on a multigrain bagel, it was very nice.
 
Nov 28, 2013
6
Greenville, SC
#11
for pizza Tonys on Haywood across street from Outback.

He is from NY and pizza is off the chain.

BBQ .....Smoking Pig in Williamston is great.....only open Thursday-Saturday.

Dinner times are hard to get in.