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Corrie and Shuai Wang own Jackrabbit Filly in North Charleston and spoke to The Post and Courier about their go-to take-out spots while they were on a recent Costco run.
The following restaurants, listed roughly in order of priority for culinary tourists with a limited number of meal slots, are all still shy of their one-year anniversaries. Still, all of them make up for what they lack in age with deliciousness aplenty. Have fun.
What really characterizes the food in this alluringly gold-walled lounge is not the ingredients which the Wangs puts into it, but the feeling you get out of it.
It was a great time to be a diner in the Charleston area, which gained more exciting new venues than the city has seen in many a calendar year.
In the days leading up to Jackrabbit Filly’s opening in Park Circle, owners Shuai and Corrie Wang teased menu and design elements on social media with the hashtag #newchineseamerican.
Two Charleston area Chinese food purveyors with plenty to celebrate are planning festive menus for the upcoming Chinese New Year.
If you’ve been to a new restaurant in the Charleston area in the past few years, chances are Shuai and Corrie Wang got there first.
Roland Feldman of Smoke BBQ is dedicated to helping Stefan DeArmon become well known for his cornbread, which started as a kitchen accident an…
Shuai Wang and his business partner and wife Corrie spent 2017 on the hunt for a brick-and-mortar restaurant space for Short Grain, their food…