The restaurant is set as an upscale experience; not suitable for small children. Prices are a bit higher than average--the restaurant touts itself as being gourmet: it's not. Entre titles are designed to entice--presentation is mediocre; flavors are either very bland or too 'modern-experimental'. for the price you could better at one of the 'mom and pop' offerings along Highway LA-1. For sure, the food would be a lot more filling and taste better!
We ordered the 'Cajun 3-in-1'--was supposed to exemplify Cajun cooking--jambalaya served with etouffee--not sure what the 3rd was. Basically, it was a tepid brown stew with a mound of rice in the center. My partner ordered the fried redfish; fish was slimey and over cooked--vegetable accompanyment were stewed squash--no seasoning and stewed to mush.
The green salad (you pay $3 extra--most of the menu is a la carte) was a small plate of garden 'greens'--not torn or even chopped--just dumped on the little plate with 3 cherry tomatoe halves and a couple cucumber slices. Not worth the cost. Salad dressing was good, though I couldn't identify WHAT it was.
(btw, in MY estimation, sticking a branch of rosemary into a pile of rice--was it supposed to look like a tree on a rock mound?!--is not considered 'garnish' nor particularly decorative.)