I have loved papadaux for years. I have taken folks who dont like fish and the chef has made them something else. I have taken children and they were always treated nicely. If I am in the same state with a Pappadaux I try to go there and have any fish with the Louis (used to be Yevette) sauce or the ettufe. I dont think it is hyped or overpriced but since it is so good it is sometimes crowded. I am going to be in the Arlington area for 2 days in a few eeks and I hope to eat a appadaux more than once.
We have always enjoyed Pappadeauxs', but after tonights visit I must say, we were extremely dissapointed in your new onion ring offering.
They ere thick like the kind you find in fast food places.
Please bring back the thin sliced onion rings.
Over-hyped, Overpriced, Overcrowded. Not the place to go for real New Orleans style crawfish/crab. GO TO JOE CAJUN 1115 E PIONEER PKWY, ARLINGTON, 817-801-7188 FOR REAL CAJUN CRAWFISH, CRAB, OYSTERS, ALLIGATOR, GUMBO, ETOUFEE. THE VERY BEST CRAWFISH IN DFW AREA, NO ONE ELSE EVEN COMES CLOSE!!
Ok first off its a real laid back place. My fiance and I went here on vacation to try something new. The food was good (not great because I'm not a seafood eater) we had to wait about 20 minutes before being seated, which was ok for me. The service was great our waitress was very courteous. Everything began to go down hill when my fiance and I left the restaurant and walked towards our vehicle. We saw a police man cross our path in the direction of our vehicle and we noticed vehicles had been broken into. Once we got to our vehicle we noticed our vehicle too had been broken into, with all of our expensive belongings stolen (labtop camera shoes etc.) over 1000$. I blame this disaster all on Pappadeaux we had to park far away from the restaurant (about a half a block) near a closed down business because all other parking was full. We did reconsider parking where we parked before parking there but there was no other options and we heard later that another restaurant near by had most likely the same thieves hit them. We gave our report to the officer and he informed us that this has happened often in the same spot we got hit at. This is what aggravated me the most was that it happened before (in my mind I'm like why can't yal cops camp out there block that area off). At the end of the day I still blamed Pappadeaux and I probably still will for the rest of my life. Major reason being because I spent over 60$ (which is alot based on my pocket) therefore I know other people are spending large amounts of money too. Which makes me come to the conclusion that they have enough money for security to protect their customers. I've worked in the retail/service business long enough to lear that the customer is always right and you do whatever it takes to please your customer. In result of all this I more than likely will not be going back to Pappadeaux for certain, not the one off of E Copeland. To summarize up my main point, anyone wishing to eat here don't. Atleast not at the E Copeland location in Arlington Texas, unless youre able to park as close as possible to the entrance. Otherwise your vehicle will be broken into and robbed.
Went there Sat night and took some employees from my company to show them a go time. This was not the place for that. The waiter, David, wanted to be cute but ended being terrible. The food took 45 minutes to get out to use and that was 45 minutes after our salad. There were 8 people at the table and he would only fill up 2 drinks before walking off when everyone needed drinks. Of the 8 meals, 3 came out of the kitchen cold, not warm, cold. I was the only one to send mine back as the other to guests did not tell me about there meal being cold until after the meal. It took another 20 minutes for mine to come back out and by then I gave up and sent it back as I did not want it since everyone was done eating.
The service was terrible, the food was medicore and I was still charged over $40 for the tip. They add it to groups of 6 or more. David was not worth $10 for his services.
Not going back just to waste $400 again. This place use to be a very nice resturant with great food but it has change for the worse.
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