We stopped here based on TripAdvisor. It's very close to I-20 and parking is easy. I had a dozen raw oysters and a combination shrimp platter (fried shrimp and shrimp stew). There was a bit of grit in the oysters but not too bad. The...More
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Visited for dinner with business colleagues on a business trip. All the food on the menu looked delicious. We had a shrimp platter & blackened alligator for starters. The alligator is the best I’ve eaten to date. Moist, tender & tasty! I can’t get over...More
We all (8) had lunch and it was good. The salad was skimpy on seafood. The fried seafood was a bit greasy. Not worth a second trip for sure.
Second time dinning at this restaurant.We liked it both times. Not perfect but good. Sometimes very good. Example, the raw oysters came out gritty. Had to send them back to be washed as they should have been from the start. Next, if you order a...More
The restaurant looks like a fun but not overly fancy place, so I was surprised to receive 5-star service. Even though it wasn't on the menu, our server brought us Jambalaya because we were so excited to try it. Delicious! Then he recommended their bread...More
R & K has the best of South Louisiana cooking in the area. They offer specialty seafood entries to mouthwatering steak!
This was my husbands first trip.... He loved the blackened alligator, I'm glad it was as good and better than I told him it would be. We enjoyed pretty much all of our food. The stuffed shrimp are awesome!! Our waitress Cindy was wonderful, we...More
Enjoyed a couple Hurricanes at the bar, The bartender, Ramsey, was very hospitable and engaging. Our server at the table was also great. Had raw oysters - delicious! I had the Shrimp Trawler and my husband had the Crab Trap. Both were very good. My...More
This was my usual go-to place for good food and service. The last couple of times I have been here the service was slow and the food was OK at best. I am looking for my next favorite seafood place in the area. I will...More
I ate many times at the original Ralph & Kacoo’s on the False River in New Roads, LA. That place was excellent. It is gone now and the food has not improved in their move and expansion. The fried crawfish at this iteration was almost...More