Tried Anna Ree's Andouille for the fist time and overall, I was very impressed. The service was good, the food tasted great and the cost was very affordable. If I had any complaint it is the very small amount of meat in the dishes. For an appetizer we split the Andouille Flatbread and Frog Legs. Both were delicious, but the flatbread was a bit lite on the Andouille. The Frog Legs were very tasty. I was a little worried that the batter would be heavy, but it was very light. I had the Crawfish Etouffee for an entrée and it was some of the best I have had in terms of flavor, but again the crawfish meat was not that prevalent. My wife and father had the Jambalaya, which they enjoyed, but they said it was too heavy on the rice. We sat inside but the deck area at the back of the property looked like a nice place to hang out and have a drink and listen to live music. This is a good restaurant, but they just need to be a bit more friendly with the meat.
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