"Let the good times roll"
Living in New Orleans for 2 years while in Graduate School, one can easily develop a high standard for authentic Cajun/Creole Food. And you know what I'm saying regarding the typical Cajun/Creole food offerings at your average local restaurant. It usually consists of grilling a piece fish seasoned with way too much cayenne pepper. Not here. This is very real Louisiana eats, that means rich and flavorful food not spicy food.
Had the Gumbo / Red Beans / Jambalaya combo for lunch on my first trip in June '14. Returned in July and had a great Shrimp Po boy. However, my wife had the Fried Catfish and, eh - not so good. Not bad, but was not on the same level as the true Nola standards they offer. Can't wait to try the étouffée on another visit. And they have a nice selection of Abita Beers.
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