Steak and grilled fish is always excellent! Nice views of bayou! Friendly staff! Can seat large groups, may want to call ahead to reserve table.
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We have driven by this restaurant for many years, always meaning to stop. Last night we did and boy we wish we had been coming here. Wonderful service and out standing food.
So glad we came across this restaurant. The food there is so good. I ate the shrimp rakhee over rice and was fabulous. My husband ate the bbq shrimp poboy and really enjoyed that. Service was great and not really priced too bad. Enjoyed the...More
Got tired of chains and fast food on a long cross country trip, trip advisored restaurant on my route, this was close to the interstate and got pretty good reviews, then we got here, spectacular view, crazy good food, plentiful everything and lovely wait staff!...More
This place serves your average southern cuisine. the service is relatively quick compared to other sit-down restaurants around the area. the food is mostly fried and fatty, but thats the usual down here in LA, every thing is pretty good. beer is cold. nothing sticks...More
The guys at the bar are great and there are several tv to watch games but the food is average and forgettable, crab cakes disappointingly mushy. Go for drinks.
Found this off the beaten path joint thanks to a hotel recommendation. Unbelievable setting on the bayou and fantastic meals. Crab cakes, shrimp po boy and the pork chops were all amazing. Our first table we sat at was crammed in a corner with the...More
This restaurant has a beautiful setting and great food. Nothing is fried, so there are some wonderful fish dishes and other delights that are healthier than the usual Louisiana restaurant. The service could be better. But the food makes up for it. The Catfish Desiard...More
Wife & I went to have dinner, even in heavy rain & wind...enthusiastic greeting, seated promptly with good view of Bayou DeSiard. Ordered catfish almandine for her & a ribeye for me. Prompt service good salad; my wife commented that hers-the trout- were not seasoned...More