Where to Eat in Charleston Right Now
The gist: When James Beard-nominated chef Shuai Wang announced he was transforming his popular food truck Short Grain into a brick and mortar, Charlestonians rejoiced. Deviating from the rice bowls that made it famous, Jackrabbit Filly’s menu features new American Chinese cuisine that warms you up from the inside.
The food: Seriously, the entire menu is worth trying. If you don’t have the time or room in your stomach for the whole menu, definitely don’t miss out on the karaage (or the Sichuan karaage if you like heat), the fish curry, and the biang biang noodles. Keep in mind the menu changes regularly, so you’ll want to double check before you order.
The cost: Cocktails are $10-12, lunch bowls are $13-15, and dinner options are $8-19.