Madison’s, Port Royal, South Carolina

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Find Upscale Southern Food made with Local Fresh Ingredients! We found a hidden gem in a small town of Port Royal, SC. The restaurant is tucked away behind Main Street, draped by Oak Trees and Spanish Moss. Madison’s is a local family owned and operated restaurant. It’s a smaller place as most unique family owned restaurants are in the south. We had plenty to taste and all of it was good! The wait staff was very friendly, and the service was very good. They are open Tuesday-Saturday. Lunch from 11-2 p.m, and Dinner from 5-9 p.m. Reservations are recommended. Here’s what we recommend from an amazing menu!

Recommended Appetizers

If you could only choose one thing, do not go without getting their deviled eggs!! As we are foodies, we have had many deviled eggs before, but I will honestly tell you these were the best!! Unfortunately, you only get 4 and they are $9.95! But here’s why the price is steep and worth it. The 4 are samplings of southern classic, oyster & fennel, pickled shrimp, and spicy crab! Is your mouth watering yet? My favorite was the Oyster & Fennel!! Did you ever think they would go together? Yes, they do! Here’s a close up!

The fried green tomatoes would be our close second choice! It consist of tomato jam, pimento cheese, sweet pepper jus and balsamic syrup. You could practically come here, and enjoy their appetizers alone!

Entree’s

If you are in search of fish, consider the Grilled Mahi-Mahi sandwich. It has melted Gruyere, caramelized onions, lettuce, tomato, and charred jalapeno- lime aioli on a Madison’s stamped bun. It was yummy! And the fries are very good too, as they were crispy. They are different from other burger joints and their typical fries.

If you like grits, consider the Garden and Grits dish! I promise, you will not regret! It consists of asparagus tips, mushrooms, tomatoes, red onions, and spinach sautéed with roasted red pepper gravy over smoked cheddar grits.

Another amazing dish is their Crabcakes! Lemon and grain mustard aioli, mixed greens, sliced tomato & bacon on a brioche roll. One of the finest crab cakes we have ever had in the south!

The Salmon BLT is another great dish we had an opportunity to try at Madison’s. It is a grilled Atlantic Salmon Fillet, mixed greens, ripe tomato, crispy bacon, avocado, and red pepper remoulade.

All the desserts looked amazing, but unfortunately/fortunately, depending on how you look at it, we were stuffed and did not have room for dessert. But I did want to tell you that they had Banana Pie, Ice Cream Sundae, Crème Brulee, Key Lime Pie, and Flour-Less Chocolate Brownie! Needless to say, we will be back and will add dessert to our list! Bon Appetit!


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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. McManus

    Delicious looks amazing have to try it.

  2. Karen Smedley

    Ohh everything looks delicious. I’m not surprised there was no room for dessert. It’s always nice to find a good restaurant hidden away. Bon appetit!

  3. Irene

    Sweet ! I am a foodie , too and you had my
    attention with deviled eggs , love ❤️ it
    Went to Vegas just to have deviled egg at the
    Bouchon Restaurant at the Venetian…they
    were recommend highly and lived up to my
    expectation.
    I am always starving and craving after
    reading your oh , so descriptive reviews.
    Keep it coming!

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