We very much enjoyed the inventiveness of the food at Joe's. It didn't always work perfectly, but the imperfections were minor. I had the starter of the chicken and andouille wontons and they were a delicious combination of a little bit of sweet and tanginess. The waitress said the chef uses a touch of honey. My husband had the gumbo which was a thick, rich stew that wasn't overly spicy. I did the special of a pan fried mackerel over a lemon risotto and it was the risotto that wasn't quite right with the fish, which was delicate and beautifully cooked. The rice was a little too sweet, overpowering the fish. Dessert was a first-rate white mousse surrounded by chocolate mousse surrounded by cake. The restaurant is small with a downstairs and two stairs up to the bigger dining room. We were "upstairs" and liked it because it gave you a good view over the whole restaurant. Our waitress was charming and knowledgeable. This place is definitely worth a visit.
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