Chive Blossom Café is a quaint eatery located in Pawleys Island. This little restaurant is housed in a building that looks more like someone’s residence rather than a place to eat, so keep a good eye out for their sign if you’ve never been there before. However, despite the deceiving structure, Chive Blossom Café serves up some very delicious Lowcountry food that has locals and visitors to the Pawleys Island area coming back for more time and time again.
Chive Blossom Café Food
Join the folks at Chive Blossom Café for lunch or dinner! The lunch menu offers tomato basil or she-crab soup, and homemade pimento cheese on crisp lavash bread. The crab nachos are a must-try, but if you’re in the mood for chilled food, check out the tri-colored quinoa, roasted beet carpaccio, crab slaw, heirloom tomato, watermelon salad, and more.
For bigger dishes, there are a variety of noodles available, and there are house specialties such as fried chicken livers, okra pancakes, lump crab quiche, scallop or crab cake, crustless tomato basil pie, and others. You can also try out one of Chive Blossom Café’s sandwich options. Some of the sandwiches available are: fried oyster sliders, fried green tomato sandwich, Angus burger, the country French, tarragon chicken salad, and southern pulled pork.
The dinner menu is noticeably longer, but only she-crab soup is available as a dinner option. For an appetizer, try fried chicken livers, scallop cake, crab nachos, shrimp stuffed medjool dates, fried green tomato napoleon, lump crab cake, stir fried garlic lamb, pan sautéed conch, ahi tuna poke, or cornmeal fried oysters.
Main dishes include delicious options such as fried seafood sampler, heirloom pork chop, scallops and shrimp, fish du jour, filet mignon, and more!
The same noodles and chilled dishes from the lunch menu are available for dinner as well.
Chive Blossom Café Atmosphere
Chive Blossom Café is a small restaurant with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
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