The food was very good. I got the chicken & waffles and my wife got the blackened chicken pasta. We both enjoyed our meals. The building is old and historic. We will eat here again.
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Hotel concierge sent us to this restaurant for a casual dinner last Thursday. It’s on a well placed corner and perfectly charming. The restaurant is in one of the oldest buildings in New Orleans built in 1788. Lots of history including the Lafittes and Andrew...More
We have been to a number of places in the French Quarter including many places recommended by concierges and many places rated tops on Trip Advisor. How have we missed this place? This was a last-minute decision and I will say it’s a place we...More
In a five day stay we ate here twice! We came back Christmas night as this place stays open 365 days of the year! Great food! Great atmosphere. Reasonable prices. Great staff too! Red Beans & Rice is delicious but so is everything else on...More
Where to start??? The place smells like air freshner not like food. The service was poor and slow. They did not have our first 3 choices. They brought my dish 5 min before my partner's. The wine selection was very limited. The food was good...More
Some of the best food that we ate during our whole trip! Recommendations from our waitress were, the pistolettes, and my favorite, the Seafood Pot Pie! So awesome! And not at all "fishy".
Stopped in for lunch with my dad on the recommendation of our hotel's concierge. Extremely pleased with the quality of the food and service. The étouffée was phenomenal; it was perfectly spicy, paired with just the right amount of white rice. Dad had the Crescent...More
I was looking for someplace with New Orleans character and this place had it. The food was great and the hostess was quick to seat us but the wait staff seemed to not be very observant of my son and I. Took a while to...More
We happily happened upon this spot one evening in search of another restaurant, which closed early on Christmas Eve. Lucky for us because as it turns out, Pierre Maspero’s was one of the top restaurants we dined at over the holiday break. The food was...More