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I'd been wanting to try this restaurant for years but somehow I just never was able to stop. Until today. We were planning on parking in front, but it was full. So due to seeing a sign about more parking in rear, we drove back...More
I got tons of food on my first visit and I wasn't disappointed! The Cajun & Creole classic supreme combo meal with dessert. The food was Great!
They had music playing it reminded me of being in New Orleans!
Someone that was also waiting for...More
The ½ pint portions in the combo platter were adequate and the $10 price was right.
The shrimp creole was nicely flavored but only had 3 shrimp.
The jambalaya was mostly broth and okra with very little beef. They do say it is a broth...More
Friendly staff, fair prices, healthy portions and extremely tasty food.
I went 2x in one day, before and after the Lions game. Authentic Louisiana in downtown Detroit. A real gem.
All flavours of gumbo are excellent, especially the shrimp. Give it a try... the hungry...More
This is the real deal.... the red beans and rice was off the chain... I just came back from New Orleans and would have never imagined great creole food in Detroit but it is y’all. This is a must if you crave authentic creole... staff...More
Visited Detroit recently and was looking for a local place to eat with my family. This is a small, mom & pop restaurant with just two tables for dining-in. Most customers ordered their food to go. Be sure to bring change if you want something...More
We had a Groupon so while in Detroit we decided to stop by this restaurant. Our first stop was at the location on Michigan ave which was closer to our hotel. But that location has closed. So we took Uber to the spot on Gratiot....More
This is a small place (3 tables) with a great Shrimp Po'Boy. They also have a multitude of other southern dishes and combos like chicken and rice. I had peach cobbler for dessert, but it was far too sugary for me. While we waited for...More
I had the Hungry-Man's platter which consisted of 4 half pints of red beans & rice, shrimp gumbo, shrimp creole, and beef jambalaya. Everything was very good but it's more of a take out resturant then dine in. Prices are a little steep for amount...More