Diner Review

Growing up in downtown Charleston, attending Our Lady of Mercy Church great food is always close by…I had no clue just how close this place was. My mother took me to Hannibal’s since the place I normally stop at during my visits to Chuck-town was closed.

The minute I walked in and read the handwritten food selections on the board, I knew I had been transported to the city I love CHARLESTON!

On my first visit I had the Lima Beans with white rice and Fried Pork Chops. The food was extremely hot and fresh. With each bite the taste warmed my heart just knowing I was back home.

The second trip I made, we had a blue crab gravy (?) over white rice (we eat rice with everything). This dish contained huge pieces of crab meat, fresh peppers, onions and tomatoes.

This spot is well worth the trip. Don’t let the outside fool you. The staff is friend and southernly kind! Great prices!