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We tried Acadia and were very happy with our experience. We tried the gumbo, etouffee and jambalaya, and found the taste very authentic and delicious! We really enjoyed the service and the food here! It was a great experience!
The service was great and very attentive. Our server was very helpful in making sure our questions were answered as it was our first visit. The Jambalaya was excellent and very fresh and well prepared with a great Smokey flavor! Prices are not cheap but...More
Since I was there maybe 6 months ago the prices have shot up through the roof. My favorite dish went from $26 to $36 and that is without a salad or appetizer. Only drank water. With tip pushing $100 for my son and I to...More
A very good choice indeed; and the place has lost none of its sparkle, competence, and flair since my last visit a year ago. Reservations, welcome, seating, service, and billing were all flawless--never forced and always understated. On a full night the sound does build,...More
we returned to acadia for dinner with a friend last night.....i began with a session lager, and my partner had a hurricane...our friend had a gin/tonic....next we shared the mixed greens, bbq shrimp, and shrimp creole...our friend had the sausage, plus the catfish with macoroni....they...More
Acadia was our first taste of New Orleans cuisine, so we’ll let other more knowledgeable folks attest to the authenticity. The food was delicious. Our server was very helpful navigating the menu, we chose a shrimp creole and étouffée. We overate but left nothing on...More
we were visiting our son and daughter in law in portland and decided to try a local restaurant. we were also watching our 15 month old grandson that evening while his parents went to a friend's wedding. our server was extremely pleasant and attentive and...More
When our out of town friends called to say they would be passing through Portland at the last minute AND Acadia is only open for lunch on Wednesdays AND we'd always wanted to try it, we made reservations and started drooling in anticipation.