A long time ago when Phil Faul's father was a young boy in Church Point, LA he was very creative with his toys. His favorite play-things were those ... More
Fezzo's Seafood & Steakhouse
A long time ago when Phil Faul's father was a young boy in Church Point, LA he was very creative with his toys. His favorite play-things were those made from his mother's empty wooden thread spools. In Cajun French the word for these wooden spools is "fezzo", pronounced "FEE-zo." Everywhere Phil's father went he took these wooden-spool toys with him. One day a local postmaster began calling young Phil, "Fezzo", a name he still carries with him. In July 1979, Phil's family opened a grocery store in Rayne, LA and called it "Fezzo's Supermarket". Both Phil and his childhood friend Pat Bordes II worked in the family grocery store for many years. In July 1999, exactly 20 years later, Phil Faul and Pat Bordes II opened their first restaurant as co-owners. When it came time to name the restaurant, it was clear what name was to be given. In honor of Phil's dad, they named it "Fezzo's Seafood, Steakhouse and Oyster Bar."
Didn t care about being made to sit in an empty part of the restaraunt far away from other customers, wasn t too happy that I was told that I was out of luck when the men s room had an out of service sign on it yet other male patrons were directed to the family bathroom. The waitress was less than enthusiastic and rolled her eyes dramatically when I asked for a clean glass. Now, I am no expert on Cajun food but I do know the difference between a bisque and gumbo, yet I was served a bland and disgusting imitation of gumbo and was told it was their bisque (god I hope not!)also ordered the boudin balls and I have to ask, Balls of what??? It certainly wasn t boudin!
The only friendly person was the locksmith repairing the front door!
I love Fezzo's!I can't count how many times I've eaten there w/family and friends..Evertything I've tasted has been awesome and the waitstaff is wonderful!Favorite entree is the catfish festival(fried catfish covered w/seafood etoufee)..My all time favorite dessert is the bread pudding..it's to die for!Never been disappointed..you won't be either!!
This is one of the best Seafood & Steakhouse around Lafayette area
every item on the menu that I had so far is the best, seafood platter &\r
gumbo, crab cake, shimp & catfish fried or grill, grill oysters, grill frog legs. Service is great the guys & girls give great service to the public
I am local and cajun and I beleive anyone would enjoy their food at
Fezzo's in Scott, La. If you ever have a problem with food or the service
before you get upset please ask for Uncle Lee Elkins.
Your friend, The Cajun
My wife and I stopped at Fezzo's for lunch on the way to Houston from New Orleans and enjoyed it very much. Although I don't know how old it it, the facility looked almost new to me. The wait staff and food was very good. I'm going back down that way soon and will probably stop there again.
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