My (Cajun) husband and I ate lunch here recently, and it was such a great choice! I based it off of Trip Advisor reviews, and we certainly weren't steered wrong.
The place is tiny and tight inside, so be prepared to sit close to the people eating beside you, with the exception of a few round tables in the front, and several towards the back kitchen area. We chose to sit at the bar, and really the only negative that I can mention, is that it took awhile for anyone to recognize us and take our drink orders. Once our waitress took over, service was good.
Now for the food! The menu is not large, and is obviously seafood based, but the items consist of the tried and true, and unusual items (to me, anyway). The portions are very generous, so keep that in mind when ordering.
We started with their chilled shrimp with cocktail sauce. We ordered ten, and the shrimp were large, perfectly seasoned and cooked to perfection. For our entrees, my husband got the mixed seafood gumbo, and I ordered the BBQ shrimp. I was expecting grilled shrimp, with BBQ sauce, and what I got was more of a shrimp stew, with a slight hint of BBQ sauce in the stew/roux. Be forewarned that the shrimp still have their tails, and the heads are also in the stew. My mistake for not understanding, or asking questions about the dish beforehand.
Both portions were large, and mine came with bread, which was very good dipped in the stew. My husband ordered garlic bread on the side. Had I known that the shrimp in my dish still had their parts, I probably would have chosen something else, simply because it's messy and clumsy to eat. My mother-in-law cooks this way, so I know it's normal, but it's not my favorite. My husband on the other hand, absolutely LOVED his gumbo, and he knows his gumbo. Mine tasted fantastic, but was a little more difficult to eat.
All in all, it was really good and we look forward to a return visit!