Husk - Greenville
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Excellent food and service.
Golden Tilefish was marvelous
We enjoyed dining at Husk during restaurant week. The creamy mushroom soup, the chicken dish and apple crisp dessert were all delicious. A great evening for all!
Husk is always inventive, fresh and flavorful. The service was terrific. The chicken seemed a little dry particularly on the ends but that may have been more a by-product of the preparation style. The homemade salami was incredibly delicious; my only disappointment was it is not commercially available. The salads and the in-house produced dinner rolls were worth the price of dinner by themselves. Husk has a terrific wine list and past experience has shown their inventive mixed drinks make every meal a winner. We took the desserts to go and later they did not meet our expectations.
We ate here during Restaurant Week in Greenville. We arrived 40+ minutes early and asked if we could be seated early, since it was a Tuesday night. The hostess said that would definitely be fine and had us head to the bar. Forty minutes later, she came to seat us. We weren't too happy to have waited that long, and we explained that to her and the manager. The manager was super professional...while he defended his hostess not being able to seat us early, he did apologize for the wait and sent to complimentary appetizers to our table. Our meal was very good. The chicken skins, pimento cheese, pork fritters, and oysters were all very good. The oysters were really fresh. My husband enjoyed his pork chop. My chicken was very good but a bit too salty. Desserts, an eclair and an apple crisp, were small but rich and filling. All in all, a good experience. We will definitely be back.
Had our 2nd meal at Husk during recent Greenville Restaurant week.....it was divine. I love the unusual choices/parings of flavors, very creative without being pretentious or unnecessary. Somehow they are able to make a dish of catfish seem epicurean. The dessert portion of the restaurant week choices were just okay, but you're full from the first two courses. The risotto was amazing. If you are in Greenville and consider yourself a foodie, get thee to Husk!
we enjoyed our dinner at Husk very much! Will def be back soon!
This was our first time at Husk, but it will definitely not be our last! Food was amazing, our server was very knowledgeable and her suggestions were on point. The environment upstairs was warm and inviting. A great place for couples or groups, most definitely. My wife and I celebrated our anniversary, and we could not have picked a better place!
Our special occasion Sunday Brunch was marred by the hostess, in a nearly empty dining room, trying to seat us by the kitchen/dishwasher alley, then leading us to A table in the equally deserted upstairs. The drinks were good and our shared pimento cheese was ordinary but served with large tough cracker fragments.
After assurances that the fried chicken was cooked to order our entrees arrived a mere 8-9 minutes from our order. The chicken was solid with a salty/spicy crust and totally dried meat within. Collards were in huge pieces swimming in more liquor that green and the grits were watery under a gooey mass of bright yellow cheese. My wife’s birthday breakfast plate was universally over salted with some potato concoction actually too salty to eat. There was even a sliced green tomato salad dripping in vinegar.
They asked if it was a special occasion and proceeded to ruin it.
We have followed Husk since it opened it in Charleston years ago, recommended to anyone visiting. Dining here in Greenville was to be a special occasion. We were greeted hospitably, seated early. The noise level was comfortable. The server was knowable yet more interested in teling us about himself. It was not a busy evening, tables empty on both levels. My oyster appetizer was tepid while the sauce was good. Menu read baked yet seemed to be steamed. Bread as we were told would be out shortly, it was in the oven. It came out cold and crusty as if it was a day old. Dinner arrived, the chicken entree was not not hot at all, whatever the preparation the first bites tasted rancid, the sauce was gelatinous. Three bites and that was all. $11 for one third of a glass of wine is outrageous as stated by other reviewers. My fish was tasty yet tepid. Bed of cauliflower was cold. There is no reason for food to be served in this manner. For over $100, it was a very disturbing experience especially when the server did not ask why my spouse did not eat the chicken. Having retired from hospitality management, we understand the aspects of service, food preparation, and fine dining. We spoke to the manager after we paid for dinner asking for nothing. Of course comp meals were offered, we declined. Why would we return or recommend it to anyone else? Our 34th anniversary dining experience very disappointing to say the least. Our 35th will be celebrated elsewhere definitely AND we will NEVER recommend Husk to anyone. Our friends are always asking us for dining recommendations. Husk can forget it.
It was a wonderful night out. The ambiance was perfect, loved the brick walls and the old warehouse effect and yet it still felt upscale.
Brandon was our server, absolutely excellent. His knowledge of the food and preparation was impressive.
Had the Pork Chop. It was fantastic.
The bourbon and wine list are top shelf.
Overall a success, looking forward to our next visit.
Super. Restaurant week. Cornbread gambit. Did not tell us about QR code contest. Great leftovers packaged perfectly.
Excellent duck, steak, grits and cornbread
I already have recommended Husk to a friend! Our whole experience was great, from the friendliness of the wait staff to the appearance of the place and certainly to the great food. We look forward to returning.
Food was very creatively prepared but two dishes we ordered were too salty. There was no reason to send back as the batches of dishes had already been made - brisket, grits - and hard to unsalt. But the moment I put the first bite in my mouth I worried about drinking enough water the rest of the day. Sean Brock’s oversight is missed.
We’ve had Brandon as our server before and every time we’ve been very pleased. He’s knowledgeable, has a great sense of humor, and is attentive without being intrusive. The food is great and it’s fun trying new flavor combinations.
appetizer and main courses were very good. only disappointment was a side dish (broccoli) we ordered that seemed charred/burned and was bitter. server took it off our bill. all in all, quite enjoyable...we would go back.
We absolutely love dining at Husk. We have entertained there and it has always been a wonderful experience. The one change I’d like to see is more vegetarian options. The vegetable plate is great, but all your desserts on 1-4-20 included bacon or alcohol. I am both a vegetarian and a recovering alcoholic so that was a problem. Your menu of mock tails is super nice, though.
The Shrimp and Grits were outstanding. Maybe the best ever eaten. The other entree was a pork chop that was a huge portion and the flavor was outstanding. We also had the apple pie dessert with smoked ice cream. Yes, it sounds strange but actually was very good. It does have the smokey taste in the ice cream. The service was great and it was an overall great experience.
Great service and venue! Will definitely be going back!
Husk is definitely a beautiful restaurant, the smoked old-fashioned at the bar was wonderful, per the bartender's recommendation, but we did have to wait 20 minutes to be seated (for a 5PM reservation!). The arugula salad was fine, but the wild mushroom ravioli were cold and not very tasty, very surprising since everything else (swordfish, shrimp and grits) was delicious (as were all the other dishes I've eaten at Husk in Greenville and Charleston). I'll chalk it up to an off night and I will go back, but this dining experience was a little short of expectations.
Great experience as always. Clay provided great service. Food was spectacular as always.
We went for a celebration of engagement. They gave us commemorative menus and complimentary sparkling wine to celebrate. The entire dinner service was exceptional and the food was great.
A great range of interesting and delicious dining choices and a very knowledgable waiter. It couldn't have been better.
Excellent food and great service. Very enjoyable meal.
We had a great time at dinner before going to see Beautiful. I’m a native to Greenville, but being able to treat my Nana from Tennessee to a show and dinner was just the perfect day. Chris, our waiter, was very attentive and kind. He mentioned our show (which I had previously mentioned in the comments when making this reservation) but it was the little things. We had a great table by the windows at the upper part of the restaurant and it was a great view to the twinkling lights in the rain. As we were leaving, the host wished us a great time at our show. I have loved every experience that I have at Husk.
Fabulous food, service & ambiance. We’ll definitely return.
Corey and Patty were awesome as usual.
Husk has really gone down hill. The truffle appetizer had zero flavor. The chicken skins were bland. The oysters drowned in cheese. My wife’s steak was very stringy and tough, but the shrimp and grits were good. The waitress had to be chased down to fill our wine glass. For a premium place on New Year’s Eve, this was extremely disappointing.
Wonderful food and service!
Fantastic dining experience - locally sourced dishes, creative menu choices, all prepared perfectly. Unique and interesting setting, too. I would consider Husk overpriced, but in terms of quality, you will not be disappointed.
Our first experience at Husk and it def won’t be our last. Food was amazing! Highly recommend the shrimp & grit.
Great farm-to-table offerings. We loved the vegetables and appetizers, and the entrees were quite good. The only disappointment was the cornbread, which was dry and too savory for our tastes. Definitely a place to visit when in Greenville.
Everyone was over the top kind and the food was amazing! We were so pleased with our experience and would recommend it to anyone.
Loved the food, the atmosphere, and the location. Would definitely go back :-)
We came here for birthday celebrations with friends. The restaurant is beautiful. The staff was welcoming, friendly and attentive. Drinks were delicious. Love that they have Cannonbourogh soda for mixers. We got the oyster appetizers and while yummy, they were lukewarm, which was disappointing. I ordered the NC strip which was delicious, but yet again, just warm. My husband ordered the catfish and was severely disappointed. For a night that did not seem busy, all the food was subpar. Maybe just an off night, but definitely disappointing for the price point.
Our server Laura was the best!
She helped us with the menu and made some great suggestions!
Can’t wait to return!
It's our favorite higher end restaurant, period, end of story.
The food is exceptional, continuously varied, and extremely creative. I have never had anything that approaches normal or boring.
If you enjoy good food, you owe it to yourself to try this place.
Usually Husk is a great dining experience for us. However, on this particular occasion, it fell short of our usual experience. My wife and I ordered the Porterhouse steak to split and found it to be chewy and not well-seasoned. We each ate a few bites and left the rest - even though it was a $70 entree. We had had the Ribeye for two before and it was great. In addition, the sides were not that great and we would have liked the flexibility to swap the greens for sweet potatoes - which we were not able to do. If I can pick my sides at Outback, then I should have at least the same level of flexibility to choose at Husk. Finally, some additional suggestions for an improved dining experience are dimmer lighting, candles at the tables, and music that is truly relaxing (e.g., Ella Fitzgerald, etc.).
Very slow service and they were not super busy. Also, had to wait about 10-15 min for table even though there were several empty tables and we had reservations
Best food, best service best value and convenient to Westin location. Boxing Day! Dec 26. Mom and I on vacation had yummiest meals. Stellar service and superlative food. All amazing, well presented on crockery and knowledgeable server. Truly a dining pleasure. Had reservations and walked in to the scent of fresh made mulled apple cider. So tasty. Started with HOMEMADE pimento cheese, yes from scratch like my Grandmother used to make last century. This is not spruced up from food supplier. This is the real thing.
Fabulous fried chicken with amazing creamy, seasoned grits. Oh yes!
Root salad was amazing. Also Had the smoked and grilled wings. Serving sizes are perfect. The sweet potato puffs ordered on the side was dessert.
This place was Relaxed. Food truly farm fresh to table and locally sourced food with pans hanging in kitchen that were well used. This chef has created a gem of a place in west end Greenville.