March 07, 2012
160-B Fairchild St (Daniel Island)
L & D, daily.
Chests of pirate treasure — from weapons to coins — and fine cuisine. Steak, seafood, pasta, salad, and a wonderful wine menu.
This pirate-themed restaurant features a nice selection of bottled and draught beers, wines, and rums. There’s also an outside deck and bar.
lldevil02 says... Ate here this evening with the family. It was an enjoyable meal but nothing to write home about. The service was slowish (water and drink glasses were empty before a server came around AND we were promised bread with the meal THREE times and it NEVER came). Prices were reasonable. The music on the patio was an added bonus. Will return but not soon.....there are many better places in Mt P and Daniel Island to go to. ★★★★★
erinlcarroll says... I would give it 0 stars if i could. Never in my life have I had cold, burned, soggy french toast. The waitress was horrible. I would sooner eat at a McDonalds before returning. ★★★★★
Charles Robinson says... After not liking Queen Anne's Revenge since they opened, we went shortly after they changed their menu because we heard it was much improved. Wrong. Service was just plain abysmal. It took nearly 20 minutes to get drinks and the waitress reeked of cigarette smoke when she delivered them so it seems obvious where the delay was. Of the six of us only one enjoyed her entree. My fish special entree was cold to the point the sauce had formed a skin. My partner's mixed seafood was tasty but salty, and the portion was tiny. It has potential, but not so much that I want to go back. ★★★★★
Restaurants come and go on Daniel Island, but QAR is the original that continues to deliver. The menu is huge and mixes all-American choices with quintessential Charleston dishes, making sure everyone leaves happy. And the museum-quality pirate collection only adds to the attraction for DI's families.