Yummy food, great service! Would definitely go back! So many items on the menu that I can’t wait to try.
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Start with the Bloody Mary oyster shots. Seriously good. If you go Monday or Tuesday a po’rboy sandwich is $12 I had the blackened catfish sandwich. Recommended. Just a sweet place for lunch or dinner.
I love the po' boys here as well as the cherry and vanilla coke. The complimentary biscuits with jalapeno jelly are yummy too. ***Note - this restaurant only serves 18 years and up***
Good place nice staff. Retro decor made to look like 50s best Cajun food in the city I suggest southern fried chicken or seafood jumbulia (yes I know I can't spell that) for dessert try bananas foster
This is not a place for families although from the outside most families are fooled. I used to like going to Dadeo when I was in university. It was a cheap filling meal. They changed their sweet potato fries recipe to one found in Canada...More
I have been enjoying Dadeo for years, and have never been disappointed. We came on this particular night right after a play at the Fringe, and were so grateful to get in immediately. Dadeo often has a long wait time as it is well-loved and...More
In general, it's not bad. It does offer the New Orleans type of flavor.... but still need some improvements, such as, the fried oysters in my order were not good - dry and burnt a bit, and not much oyster in it
Dadeo has been on Whyte Ave for years. It offers a 50's diner type experience with Louisiana flavouring. It's a long narrow restaurant with seating opposite a bar that runs along the first half of the place, and seating on both sides of the walkway...More
Da-De-O is one of Edmonton's long-running, single location restaurants. Reservations recommended for busier times. Closed on Wednesday (I have always found this odd). The menu is loaded with spicy food and sandwiches (Po Boys). Rib jambalaya is my staple. It has a definite kick and...More
Takes you back to the 50 diners. Very busy . Menu is New Orleans style.The chicken tortilla soup was awesome and so was the cornbread .