We probably had our hopes too high but. . . my husband's shrimp etoufee was not up to the quality he expected. And while our waitress, Mary made our dining experience enjoyable, my fish was hot and good but the rice was cold and the broccoli and cauliflower had the warmth and done-ness of being thrown into a warm pot of water and then taken out. Some day we may give them another chance . . .
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