If you are a fan of fresh water seafood this the place. If not come for the local small town feel. Lunch is served at the bar. They grind there own burgers, not bad. I would like to return for dinner.
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The first thing you realize about the Chateau is that you can't judge the food by the building or the furnishings. Nothing has been updated since the sixties or seventies. However, if you like exceptional fried seafood this is your place. We arrived at about...More
Chateau Louise has been in exisyptance longer than me and I'm 77 years old. I think it's been under the present management for the last 35 years or more. A couple of years ago I was in the bar area with my sister and found...More
The food is fabulous, but as some others reported the building is a bit rundown and could use some work. We each had a cheeseburger big as the plate. Too much for one person, but absolutely delicious. Short walk to the pier.
It's been 40 years since I've had the chance to come here and it is still as I remembered it - old fashioned outside and in with awesome chicken! We ordered the chicken basket for two which came with relish plate/soup/salad/fries and 8 (yes, eight,...More
Food is great. Beware on Friday you'll have a wait for dinner. The perch is wonderful. The burgers take 20 minutes to be served (says on menu) but worth the wait. The are HUGE!! If you don't like limp fries, ask for crispy. The steak...More
No big news here. Like many reviewers I found the Chateau Louise to be a restaurant stuck in time. I was recently there with a party of eleven people. Of course it took a while to get seated - the Chateau does not take reservations!...More
This not a Ruby Tuesday's or a Ruth's Cris steakhouse. It's a time honored (I ate there for the first time 24 years ago) restau rant, very popular with locals, and for good reason. Their menu, especially the perch, pickers, frog legs and turtle soup...More