Having been a John Besh fan for some time, when we were going back to NoLa, needless to say we had to eat here. Located in the Roosevelt Hotel, it's in an area slightly removed from the crazyness of Bourbon street. To start, the cocktails are excellent. The bar menu is essentially the same as the Sazerak Bar down the hall, and they are excellent. Fortunately we went in a small group which did allow us to try many of the menu items. Appetizers were tasty, escpecially the roast cauliflower which came out as the entire head, roasted whole with a whipped feta spread. Simple but delicious. The cheese and salumi were top notch as well. Pastas are well done and cooked perfectly and the main courses are also extremely tasty. I can't name everything we ate because everything was good and as the guy at the table next to us noted, we looked like we ordered the whole menu. Yeah, we were pigs (or cochon, in these parts), but very satisfied pigs. First time visitors may want to stick to old-time favorites like Nola, Commander's Palace, etc, but if you're just a fan of really well made food, put this place on the list.
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