I asked what variety of oysters they had today and it wasn't a good sign when the waiter said, 'just regular oysters.'
My first dozen mystery oysters arrived on regular ice cubes rather than shaved or crushed ice. There was cocktail sauce and lemon wedges, but no mignonette sauce, horseradish or vinegar provided.
It wasn't a terrible meal, but when you are dropping $70 on oysters you really want everything to be perfect. Given the fact that they advertise themselves as a raw bar, Rhett's would do well to educate their servers about oyster varieties and instruct their kitchen staff on how oyster enthusiasts expect them to be presented.
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