Located in our favourite part of the city, the Garden District (please read my review about it), this is the second restaurant we went, after the lunch at Lilette (also you can read my review) and just before diner La Petite Grocery (I know, I know, too many reviews, but you can also read my review about it. What can we do if we really liked these three restaurants). So, like the two other, it’s located on Magazine street, the best street in the district. The design is beautiful, reminds me of a combination between a Parisian bistro with a New York twist. The cocktails are very good. Amazing wine list, the waiter have to climb on a huge latter to bring down the bottle as the roof is very tall over the bar. They also have very good wine by the glass, but a little bit too young by my taste. The menu change every other day and they promise that the ingredients are coming from less than 100 miles away. So what they propose is really what you get. They don’t want to promise something that they can’t keep. I recommend the veal sweetbreads, the red snapper crudo, the fried wild catfish and the frozen coconut.
Warning: It’s closed on Tuesdays.
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