My wife and I decided to celebrate our 30th anniversary by taking a trip to the south. She organized all the activities and I took charge of the food (oh lucky me!). When researching Charleston, one of the first places I read about was Burwell's Stone Fire Grill. After looking through reviews and exploring the menu I knew this was one restaurant we were definitely going to. We were not disappointed at all. Alan was our waiter and the service was fantastic. He was very personable and knew so much about the food. There were so many delicious choices that I couldn't decide so I went with Alan's recommendations. We started with the deviled eggs and the crab cake. Loved both of them. I didn't know you could put so many favors into something as simple as a deviled egg. For our main course my wife had the Grouper with beets. Neither of us have had grouper before this and it was delicious. I was tempted to fork out the bucks and try the Kobe beef but I thought I would save that experience for our next visit when I can share it with my daughter and son-in-law so I had the N.Y. Strip aged 45 days with a side of asparagus and fied egg. Now, I've eaten in a lot of steakhouses in my life. Several of those upscale ones that have amazing steaks, but I have never had a steak as good as this. It was seasoned and cooked medium rare to perfection. My wife, who never eats anything cooked less than medium loved it. Just when you didn't think it could get any better, Alan brought the dessert...Charleston S'mores. Chocolate covered peanut butter mousse and toasted honey marshmallow on mini wafers. The perfect ending to a superb meal. Don't miss out on this place. Thank you Burwell's!!!
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