I think the prices are a little high but they are in line with most of the other restaurants in south Louisiana. I guess I've been gone too long. I started with a cup of chicken and sausage gumbo followed by the fried oysters with thin onion rings and they were all delicious.. The gumbo was thick and was made with a dark roux, which I prefer. An acquaintance had fried shrimp and fries and said they were fine. I like that you have a choice of think or thick sliced onion rings since I prefer the thin. The coating on the fried seafood was light and well seasoned. A gentleman sitting next to me at the bar had boiled crawfish and said they were perfect! I will return to have something else because I feel certain whatever I have will be enjoyable!.
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