My family was in New Orleans for the day. We didn’t have a lot of time, the Quarter was packed with people, and we were starving. We chose Tujague’s basically because it was the first place we came across. It was amazing. The brisket was the best I ever had. My wife had the poboy and raved about it. My kids had the chicken strips, which were made to order fresh, with hand cut fries. (My one gripe is that they don’t list anywhere on the menu that they offer kid’s meals, so be sure to ask.) The bread pudding was a revelation. My wife hates all bread puddings not Tujague’s; and she LOVES Tujague’s, now. I love bread pudding and this was the best I’ve had, ever. While we didn’t order drinks their selection was very good. The decor was classic, and much of it appeared to be original to the building. Steambent chairs, white table clothes, and servers dressed in black ties and vests. The service was impeccable. All in all, it was one of the top five dining experiences of my life. Highly recommended.
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