The Embers Original Bourbon House occupies an 18th-century building that has been a landmark in the Crescent City for over 40 years. Dining here is ... More
Embers Original Bourbon House
The Embers Original Bourbon House occupies an 18th-century building that has been a landmark in the Crescent City for over 40 years. Dining here is like stepping into the Mardi Gras scene year round. The Carnival spirit and decor are sure indicators as to why this steak house is so popular. Dine with a view overlooking Bourbon Street and enjoy many delicious choices including steak, seafood and the ever-popular Creole and Cajun specialties. The kitchen serves lunch, dinner, and late night dining. The extensive wine list satiates every diner! It is open seven days a week in the evenings also from 5pm.
A nice building, but not much else to recommend it. Expensive, slow seating and meal service, and a reliance on heat rather than flavour in seasoning. The fried catfish in the cajun platter was pretty good but the jambalya was bland. A companion who had steak reported one word: tough. Lasagna and an alfredo dish were reported as unspectacular and hot.
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