"At Carter's, the napkins are gingham, flowers spring from copper kettles, and hospitality rises from the floor. He understands the slow, steady progression of southern cooking and never bucks the sacrosanct."
"During his twenty-two years at Peninsula Grill, the trailblazing chef Robert Carter put Charleston on the food map. Now, he’s pushing the city’s culinary boundaries even further with a string of casual restaurants in out-of-the-way neighborhoods."
- "The Southern Agenda," Garden & Gun
“Tomato aioli lends a bright punch to crispy okra, which is a regional staple."
"Southern Cuisine, Brooklyn-Style Dining Get Top Nods"
- “Esquire Best New Restaurants 2012," Huffington Post
"Bright green, smoky and laced with white pepper, these aren’t your customary collard greens."
- "Shock It," Tasting Table
 “Arrival is a welcoming affair, with greetings from the entire staff heralding the big-hearted experience mentored by Carter himself."
-"The Review: Carter's Kitchen," Charleston Magazine
“At the restaurant, the shrimp are presented in a homey glass jar alongside housemade benne crackers. But no matter how you serve it, a few bites will transport you to a porch swing in a homey Southern Town."
- "Big Shrimpin'," Tasting Table


CBS, The Early Show “Christmas Dinner on a Budget”

CBS, The Early Show “Country Meal on a Budget”

The Martha Stewart Show, “Ultimate Coconut Cake”

The Post and Courier, “Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy Chicken Noodle Soup”

The Post and Courier, “Ravioli Lasagna”

The Post and Courier, “Mushroom Bread Pudding”

The Post and Courier, “Ham and White Bean Soup”

The Post and Courier, “Bibb Salad”

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