We were extremely pleased with our entire experience. The food was delicious, the owner was amazing and the wait staff was very friendly and tentative.
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This was our second visit here over 3 months. I purchased a Groupon for $69 for 4 people. Cajun bucket not sure if that's what it's called. Crabs, oysters which we substituted for extra shrimp and with corn and boiled potato. Dish came with 4...More
After reading the mixed reviews on Trip Advisor but with our Groupon already purchased we ventured out to check this place out. We arrived about 6:30 pm, and the place was far from busy, with diners at only six tables, but only two waiters. We...More
I tried the steamed garlic butter shrimp, french fries, and the crawfish etouffee. The shrimp we're delicious, but maybe a little overcooked. It's possible that because my order was to-go and traveled for 20 minutes, that it was not as delicious as it would be...More
Purchased a Groupon voucher for four. We didn't have a choice of menu. We got a type of jambalaya. It was lukewarm. I couldn't eat it, but the other three ate theirs and mine. Then, we received a big bowl of crab legs, potatoes, corn...More
I bought the Groupon for 4# crawfish, 4 ears of corn & 4 halves of garlic butter potatoes for $30. We ate at the old location last year and the owner, Johnnie was so great, we will not visit Florida without eating here. We started...More
We came here while on a mini vacation in the area. Enjoyed our meal, corn, crab legs and shrimp. The gumbo was delicious, my son had the fried catfish which was tasty. Ambience relaxing and the music is the background had me reminiscing about Bourbon...More
Decided to stop at Little NeW orleans for lunch. I'm pretty serious about my Nawlins food because I come from a family of great creole cooking. So here's my review. Louisiana Jambalaya--- avoid.. not tasty at all..dry rice. Reject. Johnny's Jambalaya--- very good but it's...More
Finishing up my last scoop of gumbo, we had two dozens of juicy oysters. We are from the Midwest where good oyster are hard to find yet expensive. We enjoyed our seafood and oyster here, remaining me of New Orleans I visited last fall.