Best red beans and rice we've had in or around New Orleans..would recommend this place to anyone. Enjoy...
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Not fancy by any means......food is traditional southern home cooked food selections. We go for the fried liver smothered in gravy and onions.
Went back, after several years. Looks about the same; not fancy at all. Was reluctant due to comments & new owners. But NOT sorry we did. This is a local neighborhood bar/restaurant specializing in local selections. Cutomers seem to be mostly local regulars. Service was...More
I have been in the city trying a lot of places with friends and this one got a second visit. Creole, burgers, seafood. But I try the friday special with jambalaya on seafood says, incredible taste. Creamy as a risotto. Price/portions just perfect.
Delicious food and nice atmosphere. I had the Southern gold chicken. It is a seafood stuffed chicken breast with seafood sauce. It was delicious. My sisters really enjoyed the baked chicken and the pannade veal. Portions were good size and the huge piece of chocolate...More
A very down home local neighborhood restaurant with regulars and good food, from breakfast through dinner, and a bar to boot. We went for the first time for breakfast this weekend and came away amazed at the quality and price. Service was very friendly and...More
Came by for lunch. Had a very nice fresh salad with great blue cheese dressing. Split a bowl of a classic delicious Corn-Crab-Shrimp Bisque (caution a bowl makes a meal). Oyster po-Boy came on the right bread and was well stuffed. Had a Paneed eggplant...More
Mediocre at best. My roast beef just didn't cut it, because the gravy was out of a can. Little clump of mashed potatoes. Waitress was less than attentive and was out of sight for any questions or needs. Way overpriced for the product...