Great, super casual little restaurant in the Marigny - a little off the beaten tourist path. It's walking distance to Frenchman but a little far from Bourbon. I had the Red Curry for an entree (large enough to share), and the fresh rolls and an order of crab dumplings as appetizers. Dumplings and fresh rolls change weekly and are made with the freshest seasonal ingredients. The waitress was incredibly friendly and told us that their liquor license was under review (due to their location being in a primarily residential area), but that we could bring our own wine with a $5 corking fee, so we picked up a bottle from the bar down the block. We stayed for hours catching up with friends, and never felt rushed or pressured to leave. There are a few tables on the patio for outdoor seating, but all were taken. I recommend making reservations, as the seating is very limited, both inside and out. We took a pedi-cab to Bourbon and finished off our night having drinks by candlelight at Lafitte's Blacksmith - a GREAT New Orleans night!!!
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