Simply one of the best of New Orlean's restaurants. We were there with a group of 9, which for most restaurants is always a challenge to serve food hot, but not at Emeril's. I started with the gumbo that was excellent. One of the members of our group had the homemade andouille and boudin sausages, which he raved about. My wife had the andouille crusted drum fish that was served with a vegetable medley, shoestring potatoes and glazed pecans. She loved it. I opted for the evening special that was braised breast of veal served with a Louisiana field pea succotash and mango chow chow. The veal was very tender with an excellent taste. Of course, we had to have some wine and enjoyed both a red and white from Emeril’s extensive wine list, although it is a little pricy. Servers and the wine steward were helpful and very attentive. All in all there’s not much to not like at Emeril’s - although it can get a little noisy when full.