Went there last night for the 2nd time in a group of 8 people for a holiday dinner. Food and service were excellent for the 2nd time.
Below street-level restaurant with two bars in the main area and one dining area. One has a small band or solo player playing Cajun music or similar themed. Our first trip there, I had the seafood Etouffe and my wife had the Jambalaya.. Very tasty and authentic tasting in large portions served with excellent cornbread. Portions were large enough to take half home.
Last nights trip I had the blackened catfish with creole greenbeans while my wife had the seafood etouffee. Both meals were excellent and served with authentic N'Orleans taste. Others in our group (first time there) had blackened steak tips, grilled scallops and the Ahi and indicated that Gumbo is now their favorite restaurant in Worcester. A few of us also had the Gumbo appetizer which was served nicely in a bowl split in the middle with half rice and half gumbo. I heard the pear salad was also very good.
As the dining area is not very large, I would recommend reservations.
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