The food here was pretty good, but focused heavily on fried fish and heavy sauces. I was disappointed that the "Red Fish Bon Ton" and the "Red Fish Anzila", two of the signature dishes, were not made with red snapper but with black drum. The waitress said it waa similar to red snapper, but it was not. Then call the dish "Black Fish". I was alos surprised at how wxpensive the meal was given that you are eating in what is essentially an old warehouse and you can find the same plates pretty much everywhere in New Orleans. I am not sure if I will go back. You can find the same thing for less money in N.O.
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