I've been trying to get to this restaurant for years and on my recent trip to New Orleans, I was finally able to do it! Let me tell you, it was well worth the wait! I went on a Wednesday in late May and though they were busy, I didn't have to wait to be seated. I love that you have to walk through the kitchen to get to the dining room, because along the way, you hear all the sounds of food being prepared as well as see things like how clean it is and Creme Brulee being bruleed, but most importantly, the smells...but the time you get to your table you're literally salivating it smells so good in there!
The service is excellent and the servers are knowledgeable, friendly and willing to offer suggestions. Upon being seated, my server brought corn bread and water. Undoubtedly, the best cornbread I've ever eaten! Feeling adventurous and having never tried them before, I started with the Fried Green Tomatoes, I love tomatoes and can't believe it's taken me this long to try these little bits of heaven! I could have eaten an entire table of them and been perfectly happy! But, wanting to try everything won out and I ordered the Blackened Redfish with Crab-Chili Hollandaise and sides ot Sweet Potatoes and Beets. That is probably one of the best pieces of fish I've had in my life, it melted in my mouth and that sauce!!! By this time, I was well on my way to full, but couldn't bring myself to leave without trying the Creme Brulee, it was divine and HUGE!!! So perfectly bruleed and crunchy on top, so velvety and creamy inside! It was the perfect ending to a perfect meal! I walked out of there very full and with all of my senses satisfied! I will definitely be back!
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