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All reviews catfish boudin balls beignets etouffee chicken and waffles rice pork great food southern food rib sandwich spice level worth the wait save room for dessert service was a bit slow hole in the wall quick lunch antelope valley
Looks like your neighbor's dining room -- tiny place with decorations left over from the 1960s. But fantastic Cajun food at very reasonable prices. On the hot scale of 1-5, 3 was the most I could stand for my jambalaya, but it was as good...More
Quite simply, this restaurant deserves to be #1 on the list of best restaurants in Palmdale as well as the Antelope Valley. The staff is friendly and helpful. We ordered takeout (healthy portions in both the zesty chicken salad and catfish po’boy, not to mention...More
When Mike 1st opened the food was excellent if a little slow. The last 2 times we've been, our orders were wrong, took way too long for the daily specials and the prices are still increasing. Top that off with the restrooms being out of...More
I am a Cajun/Creole lover! I travel far and wide and every chance I get to try a new place I make it a point to look for and stop at any well reviewed Cajun/Creole establishment. Lee Esther's is by far and away a hidden...More
Stopped for a quick lunch and went for the rib sandwich with a side of veg. The restaurant is smaller than I expected with limited seating. The decor also needs to be updated. On a positive note the staff are very friendly and service is...More
Awesome food. A little pricey but worth it. This is second time where my side wasn’t in the bag when I got home. Probably won’t stop me from going here again but check your bag/order at the restaurant in case something is missing.
Every food item including the sauces had a distinct and delicious flavor. Sliced smoked pork fork tender, catfish light and crunchy battered, boudin balls oh my pork and rice sausage breaded and deep fried. Nothing greasy, nothing fast food, all salads and greens overly good...More
I have been wanting to try for some time. Finally made it in. I had crawfish etouffee and my wife had jambalaya. Having cooked both ourselves, as a comparison, Lee Esthers is good, but lacked a bit of flavor. There was lots of crawfish in...More