This is by far the best jambalaya in NO. Great service too. Not a huge place, reservation is highly recommended.
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This was our first meal in New Orleans and my wife and I couldn’t have been more pleased with the experience. Only open Monday through Friday, we were expecting a wait on the Monday evening we went. We were able to make reservations and were...More
We always look for different places to eat when traveling. With 12 people in our group this place had something for everyone. I had the grilled fresh fish with butter sauce and cauliflower as a side. My meal was fantastic. Best service as well.
Went here on the recommendation of a local, (who joined us for dinner), and were super disappointed. Ambiance is a little stuffy and dark. We were definitely squeezed in tight, it was difficult to get in and out of our seats. I ordered the eggplant,...More
This New Orleans classic has been around for ages - use (and may still be) the hangout for the coffee industry back in the day for lunch. They are not open on weekends so if you plan on dining there check their hours. Also, highly...More
The best dish may be the crab/cheese/artichoke dish entree. Even tho it's not on the menu, it's also avail as an appetizer even tho that's not on the menu The turtle soup is fabulous Ditto the huge desserts :-)
The Bon Ton café is a charming restaurant with friendly waitstaff with a menu with many New Orleans mainstays. In particular, the redfish, crab au gratin and bread pudding were fabulous. I highly recommend this restaurant.
My husband ordered the Etouffee and I had the fish special. The Etouffee was solid in taste, the sheer number of crawfish is what put this at a five. The fish special (I believe Red Fish) with a crab meat topper was amazing! The sides...More
So we decided to try this restaurant and my first impression of it was the interior smelled like a mixture of a dirty diaper and a dumpster. Not good. It appeared that the table service as trying to be on top of things. I felt...More