We found this to be a very good spot for a business lunch. On this occasion, my colleagues and I were meeting a consultant for an important business discussion. He suggested Pappadeaux. One of my colleagues who accompanied me was a big fan so it made the choice a no-brainer. I generally had a positive impression when all was said and done but there was a drawback or two. This is part of a super regional chain (mostly localized in Texas and the Southwest with a few locations here and there elsewhere in the country). It is a cousin of Pappasito's as well as a few other brands. The exterior and interior of the restaurant were nicely done and the seating area was VERY spacious. This was fortuitous for us as we were able to get a spot in the back that was quiet for a while before the lunch rush peaked. Our server attended to us quickly and was friendly and reasonably attentive throughout our visit. Seafood is the general specialty here and we all went with the theme. I tried the blackened catfish and opted for the asparagus as an accompaniment. I found it to be very enjoyable. My colleague had the shrimp and our guest had one of the crawfish combos which they both reported to be tasty. The one major negative was my other colleague who was on a gluten-free regimen. He ordered the scallops and, while they tasted fine, the portion was quite inadequate. The prices here were not cheap but were probably OK when all was taken into consideration. Overall, this is a pretty good spot for Cajun-style seafood and is worth a try if you like that sort of cuisine.