Fodor's Expert Review Chestnut
At this consistently good restaurant on Asheville's thriving "restaurant row," the food is local and seasonal, prices are reasonable, service is agreeable but not fawning, and there's a buzz without being overly loud. Chestnut is in a delightfully refurbished 1920s plumbing supply shop, updated with art from a nearby gallery. A selection of medium- and entrée-size plates will suit whether you're hungry or just want a light meal.
48 Biltmore Ave.
Asheville, North Carolina 28801, USA
- Dependably good farm-to-table dishes
- Lively spot
- Moderate prices for small plates