I love Creole and Cajun food, so when visiting St Petersburg, I had to try this restaurant. It’s a little off the beaten path and the building and surrounds have seen better days. But the decor was certainly reminiscent of Louisiana and the food would definitely keep me coming back. I visited for lunch and for $14, they brought me unexpected fried okra to start and an unexpected salad with homemade apricot and basil dressing. My main dish was shrimp etouffee.The shrimp, rice and sauce were all perfectly prepared. The portion was dinner size for lunch. The owners were lovely people who started the restaurant in honor of his mother. It’s the kind of food that makes you crave coming back for more.
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