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husk- too salty, thumbs down


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husk- too salty, thumbs down

gingersnap | Nov 29, 2012 02:34 PM

after the insane amount of press around husk, i didn't get my hopes up too high, but was anxious to try it. we went for a late lunch today. starting with the bread basket, the top of the rolls with benne seeds were so overly salted, we left them untouched. next up, the fried green tomatoes with pimento cheese and prosciutto was just ok while the smoked oyster stew with carolina rice was actually the stand out of the meal. next up, the shrimp and grits- the sausage in this dish made it so salty, totally took away from dish. the side dish of mustard greens- totally inedible due to saltiness from surry sausage. when we mentioned this to waiter, he just said he would try to tell chef. the cornmeal crusted catfish was tasty, with a bean and corn mixture underneath, but at this point we were so overly salted, nothing could really be enjoyed. as for the bacon corn bread- didn't see or taste any bacon, it was dry as a bone.

was it an off day in the kitchen? are we missing something? in no hurry to return

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