AAA Inspector Rating Details (scale 1-5)
AAA Inspector Notes
This busy Cajun/Creole eatery offers several gumbo choices, crawfish etouffee, grilled or blackened fish and jambalaya. Built in 1795, the brick building houses an intimate dining area set off by hand-painted murals and a courtyard exude Old New Orleans charm. Those seeking privacy should go elsewhere, as seating tends to be very crowded. A location close to Jackson Square makes this a hugely popular spot, and opportunities for people-watching abound, particularly from seats near the window.