A dinner at K-Paul's last Friday evening was a disappointment. The restaurant is a New Orleans landmark and many tourists plan a dinner there. When we sat down, a basket of bread/rolls was brought and the two small muffins, one corn bread with jalpenos, the other a dark sweet bread were tasty and quite good. The three white dinner rolls were soft, tasteless nondescript bread. For appetizers we had the gumbo which was on the bland side and a house salad which was made from wilted and definitely not fresh greens. The green onion dressing was nice, however. For our main courses we had two of the signature dishes (blackened drum, and andouille and shrimp creole) and both were only fair. The drum was very thin and overcooked; it was overwhelmed by the other things on the plate. The creole was certainly spicy but there was much more sausage than shrimp and the shrimp didn't hold its own in the abundant spicy red sauce. We shared a bead pudding for dessert which was good.