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Acme is a reasonable and historic spot in the Quarter..which would be agood introductory new orleans meal for a beans and rice oyster poboy's,gumbo are all on the menu..unfortunately for a local you be sadly disappointed almost any local hole in the wall restuarnat serves the same thin...
Charming, delightful, delicious! Do have the Smothered Pork Chop Blue Plate Special. It was fabulous!
The best restaurant in New Orleans. It is always a pleasure to return to Antoine's. The service is fantastic and the food is the best. The Oysters Rockafeller and Oysters a la Foche are to delicious. The waiters are true professionals.
The food was great, service, ambience and value were below average
After several visits where we explored the classic Creole menu, we began sampling the nightly special. With that we are told, the chef creates a meal from what is best in the market that day. Service is extremely knowledgible and gracious. The lunch menu explores hard to find local favorites such ...
Arnaud's Richelieu Room offers a completely different experience than the main dining room, which is gloriously sparkling from beveled glass windows and crystal chandeliers. The Richelieu provides a live Dixieland Jazz Band accompanied by the full menu of Creole specialties - it was a rollicking go...
If you crave authentic sushi, the Asian Pacific Cafe stands out in a town full of fake sushi. Everything is fresh and prepared before your eyes. They offer a variety of seating options, including the patio and there is something on the menu for everyone. What began as a neighborhood restaurant dr...
Wonderfully eclectic, this restaurant rolls up the most delicious and unique sushi. Nestled in one of New Orleans' charming neighborhoods, you get the most funky Asian experience imaginable!
eclectic neighborhood restaurant friendly staff
This is easily the worst Chinese food I've ever eaten. The hot & sour soup was nothing more than egg drop soup with a spoon full of sweet & sour sauce stirred in. I couldn't taste the shrimp in the sweet & sour shrimp. I removed the breading and all that was left was the smallest size of shrimp ava...
5 star(s)
Bayona is the quintessential New Orleans restaurant. Susan Spicer is the talented chef of this French Quarter restaurant. Her food preparation is imagitive,but refined. She uses local ingredients to a great extent and makes magic with them. I think it is the best dining experience in New Orleans and...
Ordered lunch to go for five. Fried shrimp salad scary...small peices of pre-breaded shrimp way too salty so I tried to peel off the breading but impossible because they were so overcooked. Not as described on menu, lettuce looked fresh but tasted like chemicals. Waste of $10.00. Did not have time...
Went there for the Boil Shrimp ($5.00) pound. Not dissapointed at all. Shrimp were very nice size and spiced right. 2nd time back had the Red Beans & Rice. This is a real treat, real ham hocks and all the trimmings. Don't miss this on Monday's. Going back again.
WOW what Fabulous food!! The staff is super and the patrons are so friendly--you enjoy dining alone!
The daily specials are fantastic and you get SO MUCH for your $! Very laid back and personal. Everyone seems to be a regular. Very welcoming and friendly environment. You won't leave a stranger. (or hungry)!!!
Daily specials the way to go. Red Beans and Cochon d'lait are outstanding. Burgers are big and juicy. I eat there regular and have not been dissapointed with the food. Sometimes a little too spicy for me, that's why the 4 stars.
I called over the phone for a hard to find Jamaican cooking product and the owner was gracious enough to save a bottle of his own for me to buy, until his next shipment comes. That is service at its finest! Thank you Boswell's
Best jerk chicken outside the islands I've every had. The owner is authentic. It's now a place I go once a month without fail.
It's real Jamaican food, thats for sure.
Simply the Best. It is not the fanciest place but is located in an area that will fast become the new hot spot for New Orleans. Lots of housing beinging buillt for the hospital industry. Right off Tulane & Jeff. Davis.