The oysters Rockefeller where very good. The bisque was good but I've had better. The history is great.
I had a nice Palm Sunday brunch here. I ordered off the special brunch menu - my fried soft shell crab was a bit tough but the sauce was very nice. The crab cake was excellent and the special drinks very nice. The cheesecake was wonderful - had to take my on the run to catch a plane. This place... More
I enjoyed the absolute best shrimp and grits EVER at Antoine's! I was there as a performer and left there knowing where I will definitely visit again the next time I'm in NOLA! Absolutely delicious, unbelievable service, and incredible ambiance. Antoine's IS the heart of New Orleans!
We visited with friends, and the restaurant is a historic place. The food is also historic, with dishes out of the past. Tasty, heavy, expensive. Service was good; with correct timing. It's not a place I would go again. Price: 150$ two people, an appetizer, entree, one glass of wine each.
You really need to match your expectations to reality in driving a vintage product.Antoine's is 174 years old.It's been in the same family in perpetuity.This family has operated through The War Between the States,three World Wars,Korea,Vietnam,and the Gulf Wars I&II,and has kept on trucking.I've been dining there for 40 years,and I've never had a bad meal,and I've had some spectacular... More
I so had hoped the rumors of a "revival" were true but sadly not. Fish (6 out of 7 of us ordered) was so dry, overcooked. We all got different variations and it was sad to know a New Orleans legend can't cook fish. Some things need to change even though I'm sure they feel they can't or they would... More
Wednesday, April 9,2014: Our experience at Antoine’s restaurant was a big disappointment. After making a reservation as suggested, I later called to pre-order baked Alaska. The person answering the phone asked if I wanted only baked Alaska that evening, so I had to explain that no, we wanted dinner, but it was my understanding from an advertisement in the newspaper... More
With a group and seated private dining room. Our wait staff were fabulous. We were even taken on wonderful history tour through the historic building. That was the best part. Wine excellent. Food disappointing. Don't recommend oysters Rockefeller they were dry and tasteless. The shrimp remoulade was also rather bland. Would recommend demonico ribeye with mushrooms. Asparagus over cooked and... More
Be sure you order baked Alaska when you sit down, to be ready by dessert. I had grill fish. It was good but my husbands soft shell crab was better! Ask for a tour of the restaurant!!!! It's worth the time!
Without reservations we snagged a table for four at Sunday brunch in the front main room. A trio with singer entertained as we drank mimosas and tasty bloody Mary's, (one mimosa complimentary with egg dishes). Eggs Benedict were served with fried asparagus which everyone loved. Service was efficient and friendly, the mood of the room was festive, and the history... More
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