Visited during Mardi Gras. No wait for a table at dinner time on a Sunday, great menu selection with reasonable prices. The po boys are great !!!
We didn't want to walk far to find a place to eat our first meal of the day and we weren't expecting much but we were surprised with the Bloody Mary. Very flavorful with some garlic and the pickled green beans. They are the best in town and went really well with our meals which were plenty and tasty enough... More
We visited Pere Antoine for breakfast; although the breakfast menu is a bit limited it's served all day. My Ragin' Cajun omelet was delicious, and our server was friendly. We'll try this place for lunch or dinner on another occasion.
We were looking for a nice restaurant to complete a fun day sightseeing in the French Quarter. What we got instead was cold food, watered down drinks, stale bread, and annoying patrons. Stay away!
I left feeling disappointed after the meal. There were a lot of options on the menu to choose. I ordered the blackened chicken, rice and vegetables. It didn't have much flavor and the vegetables are cafeteria styled. They were cooked but could tell they were not fresh but frozen. My husband ordered the catfish and said it was delicious. The... More
We stopped by for an early dinner because they had catfish. The catfish was very good although the fries were rather generic. My wife had the southern fried chicken and beans. The chicken was very good, the beans were rather spicy. Reasonable prices. Service was excellent (but it was late afternoon).
This last visit to New Orleans, I decided to stop in and try the food at this restaurant since a local recommended it to me. I should have asked the local what dishes were the better ones because the one I chose was not the best. I went during lunch time and the place was pretty empty. I had a... More
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