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Authentic cuisine and bread. I visit NOLA frequently and this is a good California spot for certain classic New Orleans food. Gumbo is good, as is the etouffee. I prefer seafood Jambalaya but their chicken version is very tasty. No fried oysters though!! All in...More
My husband and I have ordered take out - Family Chicken - a few times and it is wonderful. A fantastic value at $28, which provides 2 dinners and 2 lunches. So we decided to test the Sunday Brunch and were not disappointed. We started...More
Right up front, let's get this straight, I like this place. So much that I requested my Son and his wife take me there for Father's Day when they asked. Note: due to schedule conflicts, Father's Day this year was observed on Friday night. Now...More
I lived in the south for several years so I am familiar with southern cooking. The cuisine here is a higher class version of southern dishes.
We started off with the fried okra. I can’t be a good judge as I’ve never had okra I...More
My friend took me here for lunch - apparently one of his favorite places. The restaurant did not disappoint, and in fact I want to go back.
The appetizer started with the corn bread. I am not a fan of corn bread in general, but...More
Response from SWilson10 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, I've only had lunch there and on a weekday. Have you tried calling them?
I have visited New Orleans several times partly because I love the food and having said that I also going to Creola worth while - really good!
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