This place is by no means anywhere close to me, but it was worth the trip. My full meal was: Appetizer - Fried Oysters and Horseradish Cream with Fresh Tomato Corn Salsa, Entree - Smothered Fried Catfish topped with Shrimp Etouffée, Dessert - Warm Bread Pudding w/Bailey's Irish Cream Toffee Sauce, Drink - Cajun Martini made with Absolut Peppar and Dry Vermouth with Hot Olives and Onions. I cleaned ALL my plates.
The fried oysters were great - fresh, not fishy-tasting, moist under the batter and the salsa was just the right touch of freshness with the richness of the rest of the dish. There were four on the plate, so just the right appetizer size. I love fried catfish but my one complaint has always been lack of seasoning. Not so in this case. A nicely fried moist catfish that was SEASONED. The etouffée was very flavorful and the shrimp done just right. Somehow the catfish remained crispy even under the etouffée - though that could be due my speed-eating. It was just that good. It was served w/a side of white rice which mixed nicely with the meal. I love bread pudding and if it's on the menu, I will try it. This was one of the better ones I tried. The portion was huge - maybe a little too huge. There was just the right amount of sauce and the fresh whipped cream included on the dish was a welcome addition. Dessert wasn't too sweet or too bland. And it really was a warm. The drink was ok, I guess. I think I would have preferred that preparation in a Bloody Mary form, but that's just personal preference.
I would recommend this place to anyone and I would love to go again.