The rating is based on a previous visit, which was generally bad. Slow service, mediocre food, ok atmosphere. As of 9/21/2013 this restaurant appears closed.
After a month travelling thru the USA this is the worst place we had the displeasure of eating out.We called for breakfast and what a joke...awful food ,poor service and I would hate to see what the kitchen was like...yuk
This place was the worst restaurant during our visit. There were flies everywhere inside and the wait staff was unenthusiastic, slow, and borderline rude. Food was mediocre and expensive. We hurried to finish our meal and then went across the street to The Market Café for dessert.
Jambalaya tasted like it was just ketchup with water for the sauce, and 5 slices of sausage.( it was suppose to come with shrimp and chicken as well but it turned out the chefs forgot to put it in there). My husbands shrimp and fries tasted like it was fried in old burnt grease. The mac n cheese consisted of... More
We had diner there amd just no comment. Maybe breakfast is ok but forget diner. Microwave food is better
Then look no further than Montrel's Bistro. I wish I would have done a little more homework before we stopped there for lunch but there's no crying over spilled jambalaya at this point. If 75 health code citations from January 2008 to September 2012 sounds yummy, then by all means give this place a try. The best part of Montrel's... More
We were enticed to come here by the smooth-talking host out in front. He promised "authentic" Creole food - it was definitely NOT! We each ordered a bowl of gumbo and were served a weak, watery, thin soup with a bit of rice and ONE shrimp in the bowl. There are WAY too many good restaurants to eat at in... More
In a town known as much for its wonderful food as for its music and night life, we managed to find the one restaurant that lowers the bar for all the others. After a 3-hour driving tour around the city, we disembarked and walked along the waterfront toward the French Market looking for something to eat and a place to... More
We were stop on the street looking for some great gumbo & crawfish, but food was nasty. Had way better food in NO!!! My husband weny to the restroom no soap nor paper towels available.....please dnt waste ur time if u really no how seafood suppose to taste
After a two hour walk we were looking for a great breakfast in the French Quarter. We were welcomed by a charming man who said they did a great breakfast, and that we couldn't beats his prices with a baseball bat. Well you couldn't beat his French bread either, but more on that soon. We were seated at one of... More
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