Dinner at Sermets Courtyard Restaurant – Daniel Island, SC

Sermet Asalan is the owner of a small local restaurant that my friends enjoy and wanted me to share a meal there. The restaurant is charming and the food outstanding. Sermet comes to the table to greet you and knows his customers. Sermet’s menu.

My choice was the Sweet Potato Angolotti with chicken, bacon, green apples, mushrooms in Marsala cream.

My hosts had Scallop Risotto with summer squash, asparagus, lemon parsley butter…

Shrimp Polenta pickled peppers, bacon, queso fresco, wine cream

Charbroiled Filet Mignon fingerling potatoes, grilled asparagus, truffle mustard aioli, porcini-tomato sauce

Filet Mignon

Paintings by the owner Sermet Asalan decorate the interior of Sermet’s Courtyard restaurant.

Art and food tastefully combined to create a charming atmosphere. The restaurant was bustling when we arrived. Reservations are recommended.

Our pleasant evening celebrations ended at Sermet’s Courtyard restaurant.

It was a special place to enjoy a graciously prepared meal in casual surroundings. Sermet’s actual Courtyard is open for outdoor dining too. We would have liked to eat outdoors, but the weather was “iffy”. We are waiting for hurricane Dorian.

Thanks for stopping by my traveling kitchen.

Have a happy day wherever you find yourself.

About kunstkitchen

Visual artist and writer hunting words, languages, visions, and insight in my kitchen - connecting Art (Kunst) and culture and slow food cooking. Classically trained artist. Paint and draw with traditional materials. Live in the Northland where it's six months of winter. Appreciate the little things in life. Sharing food and art experiences and the lessons that my talented and generous friends have given me.
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6 Responses to Dinner at Sermets Courtyard Restaurant – Daniel Island, SC

  1. I think I would kill someone for that scallop risotto. And down here we call shrimp with polenta shrimp and grits.

  2. Great food…good luck with Dorian.

  3. Paula Light says:

    Looks great, especially the scallops! Stay safe ❤️

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