1051 Annunciation St, New Orleans, LA | Directions 7013029.941418 -90.067756
Neighborhoods: Central City - Garden, Lower Garden District
Great Fish! – I've eaten here 50+ times, usually delivery, but the ambience is great anyway. I reccomend nearly every thing on the menu. Just don't waste money on quesadillas unless you must have one - not that its not tasty, just there are so many more options on the menu for around the same price. The quacamole, the spring rolls [best dipping sauce ever], siamese ribletts [sm portion but tasty]. The salads are huge.
Arizona pasta is good but a few times inconsistent [and mgmt always corrected their mishaps with the customer always coming out on top]. Burgers are good but can be dry at times - not a good delivery item.
The main menu - any fish usually has flame roasted corn [yummy - if you don't like a side that if offered, as them to sub this] and grilled asparagus. The pork chop is of Flinstone proportion and so very good; filet mignon is delicious; Ahi tuna, ribeye, and super spicy thai chicken are good choices. Lean away from the BBq ribs, brisket was disappointing when I can get a good one 1/2 the price a block away at The Ugly Dog, and the Cayman Island Chicken, new to the menu, should be removed. I haven't tried the stone crab dishes yet because I gravitate to their delicious fresh fish dishes.
The desserts are risky - some can be out of this world and others, like the lava cake never need to be devoured again. Brownies sound good but Betty Crocker with some additives would fill the same bill.
Remember - they do deliver in a certian radius with a minimum order and can be quite quick with that.
They also deliver wine and other spirits I've heard.
Tasty casual dining – Everything on the menu looked amazing; traditional dishes with their own unique (but not too outlandish) twist. Pecan encrusted chicken salad was to die for and the hubby had the BBQ Thai chicken. Everything was filling and fresh--the atmosphere was spacious and fun. Our server was attentive and not overly intrusive (a personal pet peeve of mine). The prices are high for casual dining, but the quality of the food is well worth every penny--so don't be deterred by price. I look forward to going back many times
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