Loved it! Great ambiance
Lovely bakery bistro in Myrtle Beach with a delectable variety of offerings. I had their scrumptious French toast foster and my husband thoroughly enjoyed his Spanish omelet. Service was excellent - attentive and fast! Although we didn't buy any bakery treats on our way out, breakfast came with raspberry chocolate chip mini muffins that were delicious. I ordered a smoothie (freshly juiced fruits and veggies) to go and found it light and refreshing. Highly recommend dining here!
This was our first visit there. The menu was varied and extensive making it a tough choice to decide on what to have-which is a good dilemma to have if the food is good and here it was excellent! There is not a lot of seating. The server was gracious and knowledgeable. My friend had the southwest salad and I had the chicken salad on croissant with cheesy hashbrowns. Everything was delicious! I also purchased baked Goods from there on site bakery counter. It was a good variety including fruit tarts, Almond Joy brownies, cannoli, and cupcakes-and no, I did not eat them all! But the ones I did eat were well worth the calories! We will go there anytime we are in the area! Since we are from Charleston, we are accustomed to good food but both of us wished they would open one there!
Shrimp and grits preparation was outstanding and unique. Since desert is always the high point of this restaurant, it's best to select it first and base the rest of the meal on your choice or plan desert to go.
The meal was good but should have been hotter. We will go back.
Went with husband and friend for Restaurant Week (RW) in South Carolina. The RW menu was limited to a choice of two appetizers (soup or chicken salad on croissant), two entrees (shrimp and grits or eggs benedict) and your choice of any one of the baked items from the bakery case (this was the highlight of the meal). I had the onion soup, shrimp and grits and a piece of white cake with buttercream frosting. Everything was perfectly done and well presented. My husband had the chicken salad, shrimp and grits and a piece of chocolate mousse cake. His opinion was the same as mine. Our friend had the same as me and was just as pleased.
We also reviewed the regular menu and agreed that this would be a great place to come for lunch outside of RW. This particular location is open for breakfast and lunch and stops serving at 2 pm, although the bakery is open until 4 pm.
Reserved table for seven was ready on time and located in quiet alcove. Both breakfast and lunch menus were presented, along with a special restaurant week menu consisting of first course, main course and dessert, all for $20.00. Other menu prices were reasonable. Waiter was very efficient and friendly, and food came in a reasonable amount of time. All dishes were served as ordered and were quite good, based on comments from our diners. This restaurant is known for its cakes and other desserts, and the salted caramel chocolate cake that the reviewer had was very tasty. The wide selection of baked goods are available for purchase to take home. A very nice experience at Croissants Bistro and Bakery.
First time at this restaurant and really enjoyed the Restaurant Week menu. The French Onion soup had great flavor, the Shrimp and Grits were the best we’ve ever had, and the desserts....well they are outstanding. The place is rather small and noisy when full, but well worth it.
Fabulous lunch with a friend during Restaurant Week. The Coconut Custard Cake is the best cake I have ever tasted. Enjoyable lunch and had to take dessert to go!
Our first visit to Croissants. We are visiting from Boston and heard about Restaurant Week. Looked up the menu and decided to visit. Three course brunch was fabulous. We plan to get back and choose the alternate selections this week. EXCELLENT!
Fresh baked goods and homemade cooking
We ate at Croissants(a bakery and cafe) for the first time during Restaurant Week. Because of that, they had a tasting menu ($20pp) with limited selections. Their regular menu was offered, also. We chose to order from the tasting menu. Everything offered is made 'in house.' For the first course my husband and I both ordered the croissant with chicken salad which was very good. For the entree we both chose shrimp and grits with fried green tomatoes. It was outstanding. (I'm not a big grits fan, but this was delicious.) We both would order it again without hesitation. For the dessert course we could order any individual item from their bakery. We both ordered vanilla cake because it looked so good! We shared the large portion and took the other piece home. It was wonderful, but in hindsight we realized we should have ordered 2 diferent desserts just to taste what other yummy baked goods they offer! We'll do that next time!
It's a 30 min. drive from our home but worth every minute. We will definitely return (and bring visiting friends and relatives with us).
We’re never disappointed at Croissants and make sure we have brunch there on every visit to Myrtle Beach. Great food and very friendly service.
Incredible as always!!
Great little neighborhood hideaway don't tell everybody!
Nice cozy atmosphere. Delicious brunch items!!!!!!
excellent service and food, love bloody mary bar
Fantastic food choice. Small but interesting menu. Excellent food quality well prepared with good service. Would visit again
One of our favorite places to go for breakfast. Great menu choices. Fluffy omelettes. Great service. And there is always something wonderful to buy from the bakery.
Food was excellent! The fried green tomato and pimiento cheese sandwich was delicious!