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The fried green tomatoes were excellent and the jambalaya was incredible. When I asked for Louisiana brand hot sauce the waitress was sure what they had but they had the good stuff ( Louisiana brand ). A taste of New Orleans in Portland. Well worth...More
Family dinner with members from the Texas area that was a wonderful experience. Started off with hurricanes that are of a sane size such that you can enjoy your dinner. We reviewed the menu ahead of time online and had a good idea what to...More
Softshell crab fried oysters a must for appetizers. They are open on Wednesday afternoon otherwise just evenings. The Porkchop is doublecut moist excellent
Melts in your mouth hard to eat at one setting. Service is very personable.
You feel you are eating in New Orleans with out any decorations. The food is amazing for this 15 year restaurant in a part of Portland you would not expect fine dinning. The table are simple, the seating area is smal and loud and nothing...More
Small intimate place with Greeeeeat food, rock solid drinks and apps, wonderful service and a fantastic vibe. First time in Portland and I hit the jackpot. Ohhhh and the bread pudding will make you wanna slap yo mama!! Lol. A great neighborhood spot. The reason...More
This is by far our favorite restaurant in the Portland metro area. have been here now several times, always bring visitors here, we managed to grab seats for their Valentine's dinner and continue to return every chance we get.
i am totally hooked on shrimp...More
As someone who has spent a good deal of time in New Orleans, I know there is a lot of variability in how even the most traditional dishes are prepared. There is "no single right way." The goal is to use proper technique, and make...More
My mother and I spent a delightful evening on Saturday night at the Acadia Bistro. The staff were friendly, appreciative of our company, and all contributed in some way. The food was excellent and a good representation of Cajun/Creole. Prices were realistic and serving sizes...More