First of all the decor is special. Each room has it's own special feel. Our seats in the painted scenes room allow us to see into the other rooms as well. We sat in a corner booth.
Now the food. We both start with Death by Gumbo. I died and went to heaven. Gnocchi can be the true sign of a restaurant. If it Bombs Away and lands like a thud in your stomach, that's not a good sign. The Sheep Ricotta Gnocchi with Lobster melted in your mouth. It was heavenly too. And finally the Crawfish-stuffed Flounder Napoleon was excellent, as well. Great service, beautiful decor and fantastic food made for our best dining experience in New Orleans.
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