2830 Windy Hill Rd SE, Marietta, GA | Directions 3006733.903226 -84.470529
Sun-Thur:11am-10pm Fri - Sat:11am-11pm
Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen serves up the freshest seafood and the finest Louisiana-style specialties around, like Atlantic Salmon Yvette, Crawfish Etouffee, Crawfish & Shrimp Fondeaux and our Louisiana Seafood Gumbo. Our menu offers a wide variety of fresh, flavorful fish, giant salads, delicious appetizers, and homemade, mouthwatering desserts. Make sure to check out our Chef Selections which highlight our Chefs’ latest seasonal creations using the freshest seafood and produce available from around the world.
Inspired by the flavors of the New Orleans French Quarter, with an energetic atmosphere and authentic flavors, our full bar offers premium cocktails, beer & wine as well as many signature specialty drinks.
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Enjoy our classic drink from the samps, the Swampthing ~ raspberry & melon liqueurs layered with frozen Hurricane & Margarita. What are you waiting for?! Get in here! Pappadeaux.com
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Halibut is back and ready to go in our new menu item ~ ALASKAN HALIBUT & JUMBO CRAB. Starting April 2, enjoy pan-grilled halibut finished with jumbo lump crabmeat, lemon slices & capers in a light lemon butter sauce with green bean potato medley. You can�t beat that�Deauxliciousness!! www.Pappadeaux.com
Excellent Service... went above and beyond for us – My wife and I went to Pappadeaux tonight and had a great experience that we wanted to share with all.
I have a dairy allergy that keeps me from choosing larger chain restaurants because of their menu inflexibility. It's just hard to get cooperation when asking servers to make sure my dish has no cheese, butter, cream or milk. Tonight at Pappadeaux, not only did the server do her job in communicating my special order, but the manager also came over to our table to confirm the allergy and did a personal followup with the chef. Upon returning, the manager informed me that the rice in my order had butter and got me a potato substitute instead.
As an appetizer, we ordered the shrimp cocktail. We had a greek salad (no cheese). I had the tuna and my wife had the peppered shrimp and we loved both dishes. My wife and I got to enjoy our meals whole-heartedly, without worries about surprizes in my meal. And by the way, the food was excellent, even without the buttered rice.
So thank you to our server and the manager for going above and beyond the level of customer service we normally get at large establishments like Pappadeaux.
You guys are the best -- we will be sure to come back when we're in town again!
Reservations for a party of 22 – The tables were reserved at 6:30 P.M. (a week in advance) but my party still had to wait an additional 20 minutes to be seated (not sure why, although it was clearly explained over the phone if we?re late I?ll lose my reservation) However the FOOD was GOOD and the 2 waiters were AWESOME. While we waited for our food the restaurant felt cold and one of the waiters noticed and brought out white chef jackets to wear :) how is cool was that? Now we?re warm and ready to EAT thanks for accommodating the Jeffries.
Best D@MMN Seafood restaurant I have been to by far. – I went here as a lunchin with my job. We booked the back section. They came right out took our orders and the food came pretty fast. This seafood is fingerlicking good. The best part wasnt even the main dishes. They were the appetizers. That FONDUE is off the chain. D@mM that stuff was good. Anyone that hasnt been here before, yall missing out.
if you like fried seafood – this place is for you if you like to eat fried seafood... i did't like it... will never go again.....
Yummy – I have dreams about the crawfish etouffee. The food is really good and the staff is polite and friendly.
Friendly waitress. Wonderful crab & shrimp sauce over fish. – We called ahead at 7 PM on a Tuesday night for reservations at 8:00, and they said you have to make reservations 24 hours in advance but they would give us the "next available" table when we arrived. When we walked in the door, we heard the hostess tell someone there was a 30 minute wait, but when I gave them our name, they told us they would have a table soon. We were seated within 5 minutes! I noticed a lot of out-of-state tags in the parking lot, and it is right off I-75. I ordered the Pontercherain (choice of fish but I got the salmon) with shrimp & crab sauce, and overall it was delicious with the sauce although the salmon itself was bland. I asked about substituting asparagus for the rice (love my veges!) and the waiter said that was OK, but we found out later that there is a surcharge for substitutions. The waiter went and checked the menu for us after we got the bill and found that the asparagus is normally $5.95 but a substitution order is $3.95. I don't think she intentionally misled us. She checked on the pricing on her own after we asked about it. She really was friendly and pleasant and made the evening that more enjoyable. A stuffy waiter can ruin a restaurant for me. She also kept a close eye on my husband's water to refill it often, take away dirty plates, checked back with us after the meal arrived. We split the Greek salad for one which was plenty for two. We could have *easily* split my salmon dish. It was two 7 oz pieces of salmon! I noticed that a lot of "heavy set" folks eat there. It must be because of the generous portions, but I would rather pay less and have smaller servings. We split a key lime pie, no coffee. So 1 salad, 2 entrees, 1 dessert & water to drink came to $63 plus a $10 tip. A little expensive for us on a regular basis but OK for once in a while. It was noisy, but a big dining room. Ask to sit on the closed-in "porch" overlooking the water fall spout. Pretty view.
Oh my God!!!!!!! – This place is heaven. The food is soooooo good. I had the salmon with lobster sauce I just wanted to kiss the chef. I will visit again.
User review by aforest – One of the best restaurants I have visited while in the Atlanta area
Big Easy seafood with plenty of fried and blackened dishes steams into the station, OTP. – In Short
The decor makes plenty of references to the Big Easy, capped off by a roaring, appreciative suburban crowd. The fried seafood is the safest bet, followed closely by the catch of the day and the boiled specialties. Pappadeaux's mild exotica comes in the form of gator tail and whole boiled crayfish. The massive portions, long on spice and flavor, beg for a doggy bag.
A good time – After a long, noisy wait - it was Saturday night - we were seated in the back room. This was a relief because it was so loud in the bar area we could hardly carry on a conversation. The service was fantastic and made the entire meal. Our waiter patiently answered our questions even though it extremely busy. He even threw in a free dessert just because we were having fun with him. The tenderloin, garlic mashed potatoes and asparagus were nothing special but I had such a good time at the place I'd go back again to try something else.
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