I had a great experience of 5 course dinner with great hospitality and wine! It was a reception and dinner for exclusive company heads,
This meal was amazing. So amazing in fact that we went for dinner. And brunch the next morning. So so good. Our waiter was the best. Ask for Todd. You won't be disappointed!
Don't eat here first on your trip to NOLA, everything else will pale in comparison. From the moment we walked in, everything was impeccable. Everyone there made us feel special and genuinely happy that we chose to eat there. The turtle soup was phenomenal. My husband had a ribeye and it was perfect. Scallops were also perfectly cooked and flavorful.... More
This was the best restaurant we went to while in New Orleans! There are different rooms with multiple levels. We ate in a room where the walls were almost all glass. It was exquisite. I had the duck breast and I was blown away! Even the sides were amazing. Everyone was so friendly. Overall, the best experience dining in NOLA!
If you are prepared to spend top dollar for an amazing meal this is the place to go. Great food, personal service, tasty desserts. I'd love to find fault with Commanders Palace, but we had a great night, and a great meal.
Great food, atmosphere and old world style service are still the hallmark of this elegant restaurant. The turtle soup is absolutely the best and you can't go wrong with anything on the menu. Oh - and don't forget the 25 cent martinis at lunch
A venue the age and with the iconic status of Commander's Palace runs the risk of "resting upon its laurels" and getting stale and old. I am thrilled to say that this is not the case with the current Commander's Palace. Service was friendly without being too familiar. The food was amazing and such a great showcase of the finest... More
We recently were down in New Orleans the weekend before Thanksgiving and got to experience Commander's Palace. I started with the 1-1-1 soups: Turtle (although they are famous for it, was not my favorite) a gumbo of the day (Chicken and sausage) and a delectable Butternut squash soup with Lum crab meat in it..(My favorite by far) It was velvetly... More
We went to Commander's Palace for brunch since it's a little less pricey than dinner. It was a beautiful day so we decided to sit outside. Service was excellent, Jazz band will play at your table and also take requests, and the food was delicious. I decided to go with the strawberry short cake for desert, which was perhaps the... More
My wife and I had a very nice lunch at Commander's Palace in November. While it was very good, it was probably not quite as fabulous as I remembered from dining here a number of years ago. I love the historic building with the unique paint color. There are a number of different dining rooms, and I was a bit... More
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