Everything was a bit under average (tacos and shrimps) and the waitress wasn't responsive when we complained that the shrimps were off.
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When looking for alternatives to Cajun/Southern cuisine, we happened upon this intimate location in the Quarter. Food is great, service wonderful. We came here twice, and enjoyed a very good Thanksgiving meal here. Special compliments for Orra, hostess and waitress; she assisted us on both...More
I stopped in to pick up lunch at Country Flame and enjoyed their shredded beef tacos. Would like to return and request a recommendation from a server because the folks to the right and left of me seemed much more satisfied with what they ordered....More
We had remembered it was a nice place from a previous visit. The place was still nice and comfortable and the staff was great. Good Latin and Mexican food. Prices were decent.
I ate here on my last trip on a horrible rainy night when I just wanted something warm and comforting. Knowing that my Dad likes Mexican, I thought we should go here this trip and I wasn't disappointed. We ended up having dinner twice and...More
I used this restaurant for breakfast and dinner a few times. When I first walked in it was very unassuming but I thought the breakfasts were very good. I thought the chicken and steak fajitas were both excellent for dinner .I was served by a...More
As a tourist it can be difficult to find somewhere in New Orleans offering tasty food which doesn't have pulled pork/burgers on the menu. Here we struck gold! I had Honduran Enchiladas and my husband ate Cerviche - we were both bowled over by the...More
Everything was great here...the appetizer chips and cheese are served in a tortilla bowl, which is a neat change from most. The atmosphere was welcoming and fun - they sat us in the window which gave great views of the street. We had dinner pretty...More
We ate in this restaurant because we don't need to que. The food is good and yummy. Eating in thus cafe is a wise way to stop from oyster, shrimp, jambalaya and gumbo things