The live jazz was a perfect accompaniment to a great meal. We each had the Shrimp Arnaud, which was out of this world. I wish I could get the recipe! Good bread. I had the Quail Elzey, tender and tasty and my companion had the Pampano Duarte, pronounced equally delicious. The service, including wine, was proper, prompt, friendly and courteous. It was explained to us they work in teams of three, which explains why one may not see the "waiter" for awhile. It was really entertaining to sip wine, listen to jazz and watch humanity stream by outside the windows on Bourbon Street. After we had asked about the history of the restuarant, we were given a tour, top to bottom. All in all, this was a great finale to my first visit to NOLA and proves you get what you pay for. I certainly don't understand the negative reviews.
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