Good place for a relaxed lunch. The food is good and simple, especially if you like fried seafood. Nothing fancy.
Staff is not friendly and the seafood (which is their specialty) is average at best. My last visit was a year ago and was my last. Upon check out the guy at the register used profanities in the presence of my two children. Not acceptable.
If this is supposed to be "Cajun", I'll pass. The place appears to be more of a tourist trap than anything else. Way too expensive for the quality you receive. I won't go back!
Hubby and I were really looking forward to a great Cajun meal. My half and half meal was awful -- the so-called shrimp etouffee was no more than a can of cream of shrimp soup dumped over rice, and the gumbo was just flat watery. I make way better in my St. Louis kitchen with help from my Tony Chacherea's... More
This is a good place to relax with the entire family, young and old. reasonable prices and good food for all to choose from. the ettoufe` is good and fried foods are done right. didn't try a steak here at this "seafood restaurant" but did eat a variety of seafood items and all were good. If you want steak in... More
I was told to get the seafood poboy but I had a hankering for steak. My ribeye turned out to be a sirloin steak, medium turned out well done. The plate was sizzling but the steak was not. Just a baked potato and greasy sponge (oh, that was Texas toast?) for an accompaniment. The kicker was that I paid way... More
This is two reviews in one. We arrived early for a wedding rehearsal dinner so had a couple of drinks in the bar. The bartender was really slow, paying off gambling winnings and checking out regulars before me. I waited 20 minutes at the bar trying to pay and order a second drink. It was not a busy bar. The... More
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