Husk - Greenville
Delicious as always.
Excellent food, friendly and knowledgeable waitstaff. This is a great place for drinks and amazing food. Always consistent and fresh menu.
We loved Husk. The service was great, we were seated right on time, the drinks were interesting. The food was really good. We had the shrimp and grits, the duck leg with red peas, arugula salad and the potato soup. All of it was great. We will be back.
The food was outstanding and the server was very attentive and gave great recommendations. Definitely a place I will return and recommend to friends
My family owned a restaurant for 35 years so we r all foodies. This place was delightful! The pork belly and shrimp and grits were wonderful. They brought some really different flavors to the latter especially! I can’t wait to go there again when I’m in town.
Another great meal, always fun to see the menu change, introducing enjoyable new selections including amazing sides such as glazed red beets with pickled red onions....wow. Great wine selection to boot. Cheers
Farm to table with flair! My daughter and friend joined me for a tapas-style dinner. We sampled starters: beef tataki, arugula salad, roasted beets and roasted root vegetables. The tataki featured beef puffs, a new experience. The puffs are fried, dehydrated beef tendons, very much like pork rinds, only prettier. Dessert didn’t disappoint. Fermented benne gave a richness to the chocolate layer cake that was simply decadent. The persimmon sorbet soared. Ward served us well and the dining room is cheery and delightful. Thank you, Husk. Maybe I can get a table in Chucktown next time I visit.
Friends recommended this restaurant and we will return. Excellent !
Great service was great and food was outstanding!
Our server was incredibly kind and not pretentious. He was very helpful with recommendations and prompt with our orders. The food was so good. Best short rib and steak I’ve ever had. Came for my girlfriend’s Birthday. They had a menu that said ‘Happy Birthday’ on it. Incredibly pleased with the entire visit.
This was our fourth visit to Husk in Greenville. Unfortunately, the service, food and value has significantly decreased. Prices are well beyond the quantity and quality of the food. Our waiter couldn't have been less interested in making our experience special. Feel like they are resting on their reputation which they are not improving. Very sad as this was and could be again a great place.
My wife and I went to Husk for our anniversary. I selected anniversary on the reservation and Husk did not disappoint. As we were seated the hostess congratulated us and gave us menus that said Happy Anniversary. When our waitress came up, she also congratulated on our anniversary.
For the starter we ordered the cheese plate. I ordered the smoked pork chop and my wife had the catfish. We also ordered the Appalachian cornbread. Since everything is farm to table, we were told the menu changes periodically. The next time we go, I hope these items are still there because everything was well prepared and full of flavor. The service was excellent. Our food came in a timely fashion, but we never felt rushed. My wife and I were able to talk, drink, eat and enjoy the night.
We will be going back!
This is one of the best restaurants I’ve been too. Do not hesitate to dine here.
Everything was great! Our waiter was very kind & did a great job.
We love Husk! The use of local farms and the changing menu with the season makes it fun to frequent as the menu never gets old! Love the shrimp and grits!!!
This was our second time dining at Husk Greenville and our fifth time dining at Husk. Every meal has been amazing with service to match. Tonight at Husk Greenville I experienced the absolute best shrimp and grits I’ve eaten anywhere, including Any I’ve ever had in Charleston SC. Reminiscent of a beautifully spiced curry, the sauce was warm and spicy, with perfectly cooked shrimp and creamy rich grits. Decadent and beautiful. I could not ask for better food or service.
We celebrated our 20th anniversary here and our server Laura was incredible. Beautiful restaurant, delicious food and definitely on our will visit aging list!
The food was fantastic! The waiting staff was very knowledgeable of the menu and made great recommendations.
We’ll preface this with the fact we’ve all worked in restaurants. Overpriced food for what you get. Glass of wine pour 4 oz with 9 oz price. Wait person a little sultry with answers to regular questions about menu/wine. Ambiance great but better Greenville eateries with the same ambiance.
We ate at the bar, which we normally do but this newer set of bartenders really did not provide a level of attentive service that I have come to expect at Husk.
It's been awhile since I've been out, so lunching at Husk was a treat to myself. I dined alone, but I was warmly welcomed on a cold fall day. I enjoyed a specialty bourbon manhatten that was absolutely superb and also warming! The shrimp and grits had a seasonal accent with apples! Everyting was great! Love this place!
Delicious food. Service was good, but not outstanding.
Great food, service and ambiance. We had a lovely experience at Husk. I highly recommend it!
I like the concept of local grown. Atmosphere was cool. Interesting menu choices.
First visit for a Saturday Brunch, and we were very pleased. Our server, Wes, gave us good pointers and delicious recommendations. Our food was tasteful and artfully plated.
Everything except delay between first and second courses was great and drinks at bar were pricey and mixed drink was only ok
The food was unique and delicious. We started by sharing an autumn soup - full of fresh, seasonal ingredients. The main course (pork chop for me and shrimp and grits for my wife) were flavorful and more than we could eat since we saved room for dessert. The pumpkin bread pudding was one of the best desserts I’ve ever tasted. The atmosphere, service, food exceeded our expectations.
Delicious and attentive service by knowlegable staff.
Very small portion and chicken had skin on it. Yuck. Peas and carrots were hard. Taste was bad.
No way was it worth the $27 It was horrible Won't be back.
Very solid experience, my wife and I will be back!
Night and Day From previous visit. Our first visit was shortly after they opened in Greenville and I was so disappointed. The service was absolutely awful—attitude, arrogance, unsophisticated in every sense of the word. The food was ok, but over prepared and more about presentation then the taste and quality. Friends in town wanted to go do I went back. Brandon was hands down one of the best servers I have every had—knowledgeable, personable, passionate and really really fun. Food was well prepared and unique. If it’s been a while since you’ve been, go back!!!
Fun, social bar area makes any wait time very enjoyable. Very creative presentation, excellent fresh ingredients, waiter went out of his way to explain menu items and made good recommendations. Great atmosphere - highly recommend checking out this restaurant. Friends from Denver, CO loved it and it was our 1st visit... will return in future!
Best dinner we’ve had in a long time! We can’t wait to go back!
Wonderful, creative food using local ingredients. Knowledgeable and attentive wait staff.
Our dinners were absolutely delicious - pork chop, duck leg, catfish with all their terrific vegetables. Wonderful flavors.
Staff was unfriendly and rude. When our reservation was 10 minutes late and we asked the bartender about them she asked the host. As the host seated us she said she heard we were hangery! Her words exactly. Never once were we rude or impolite!
All the food was excellent but holy smokes, the desserts were fantastic! We had the Chocolate miso cake, the fried pumpkin bread and the fig leaf custard pie. An unforgettable dining experience.
Fantastic meal. Not your everyday brunch choices. Really enjoyed it
Everything was absolutely wonderful. Server was friendly, everything came out quickly but not too quickly/on top of one another, and food was exceptional.
We had high hopes but were very disappointed. Our primary objection was the saltiness of the food. The entrees and soup starter were very salty which overpowered and masked the actual flavor of the food. I would expect too much salt in chain establishments but not from a restaurant at this level and with its reputation. The soup was something I would expect to come from a can of Progresso soup. The service was only adequate. The only positive experience was that the cocktails were very good. The Greenville location was a destination restaurant for us and unfortunately we were disappointed.