The sauce on the shrimp and grits was rich and delicious. The YaYa gumbo was very dense, good spicing. The blackened lettuce with green goddess dressing was over sauced, a limp dish. I wanted something crispy on it as contrast. The squash soup with oysters had a nice layered flavor profile. The fried green tomatoes had a roumalde sauce on it that over powered the dish and made the tomatoes soggy on the bottom and crisp on the top. The beignets were very good. The soup would have tasted better with some Manresa bread. The shrimp and grits were very rich and would have been nicely cut with some bread. There was no bread with the salad, not so much as a crouton. The yaya- same, no bread. This restaurant group is known all over the world for their fantastic bread and yet it was missing from most of our meal. Not offered, not served, just MIA.
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