Have not been to New Orleans, so I cannot comment on how authentic this meal was.
Started with the shrimp bisque, too subtle of a taste and the thickness of the soup was not from cream...corn starch or flour.
My wife's seafood gumbo was the better choice.
I had the cajun combo plate - beans and sausage, shrimp creole, Louisiana jambalaya.
A little bland, added the tobasco sauce.
This version of jambalaya had no shrimp - sausage, chicken and ham. The ham was toupie ham.
My sister enjoyed her oyster po boy. She did mention that the oysters had too much batter.
Mother had the cajun house steak sandwich - large piece of garlic toast and a small steak.
She found it tasty.
Father enjoyed his Chicken Bienville, plenty of mushrooms and chicken in this dish.
The wife had the red beans and sausage. Maybe a little too much rice and not enough main, side vegetables were nice.
Prices were fair for most items.
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