Good food and nice atmosphere. Pies are better. Good variety of food choices but cocktails are sub par.
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This is our go to place for crawfish and shrimp - food is excellent and spiced just right! Very casual dining and cozy atmosphere. Waitstaff varies in efficiency but just hang in there because the food is worth it. One warning they do run out...More
This is a good place in Round Rock to get some really good Cajun fare. The service was just Ok though, in that the waiter hardly ever checked back with the table making us go for additional beverages. I still would recommend it for the...More
Looking for a new restaurant today so we headed to downtown Round Rock. We arrived a bit early before the crowd at 11:30 on a Sunday, but if filled up quick. Everything was excellent. Our server was sweet and attentive. The bread basket had regular...More
We lived in Louisiana for several years and became accustomed to great Cajun and Creole cuisine. Unfortunately since we left, we have been unable to find good food and now only rarely try. Luckily, we decided to try while we were in Round Rock and...More
My wife and I both had an oyster poorboy and a cup of gumbo. Both we delicious! We ate there just before we moved but would go back if back in town for sure.
The food is exceptionally good and the staff is courteous and accommodating. Some ofthe best Louisiana food I have had this side of New Orleans. Ask to substitute crawfish for shrimp on the shrimp Diane. You will not be disappointed.
Slightly funky, definitely cozy and friendly place. We've visited a number of times, and the wait staff always knows what is going on. This last time, we ordered the onion rings with jalitos. Wish I knew how to make a fried item this delightfully crispy....More
I thought the food was a little pricey, possibly catering to tourists. The 6" Po' Boy was $9.00, as was the cup of Gumbo. My husband and I split a fried shrimp 12' Po' Boy ($14.00) w/red beans and rice as a side. The bread...More