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Hominy Grill Restaurant Review: It’s hard to tell what Robert Stehling’s place serves more of: biscuits or stories. There are plenty of both. It seems that everyone who is anyone who has ever visited Charleston has made it a point to stop by the fabled, unpretentious old home that houses this restaurant. This is where Southern cuisine really shines three meals a day. The aromas of eggs and bacon, grits and “big nasty” biscuits, and fresh breads waft through the city’s Crosstown area early in the mornings. Later in the day, check out the chicken and curry-accented Country Captain, an old low country recipe that is given a fine rendering by chef Stehling.