Always a good sign when there is a line of people waiting for opening. The restaraunt has an upstairs & Downstairs, each equally decorated as to what I expected a French Quarter restaurant to look like. We started our food experience with a traditional gumbo. What looks like a small portion is actually a dense food full of rice and meat. The taste is quite different from what I expected, and it was fantastic. Also they had wide a varied freshly baked breads which was a pleasant surprise to the typical white bread served. We tried a few varied dishes including the duck and while there seemed to be a common flavor the dishes still seemed quite different. We had a good experience here and I thought it was a good introduction to creole food, and even took a copy of the menu home.