We hope that you will dine with us soon for an authentic New Orleans dining experience - One that goes beyond Cajun! To enhance your dining ... More
We hope that you will dine with us soon for an authentic New Orleans dining experience - One that goes beyond Cajun! To enhance your dining experience, we fly in the finest seafood and products available from the Louisiana Gulf Coast and Bayou Regions. We believe that it is these indigenous products that ensure the authenticity of flavors and the integrity of our Creole and Cajun Cuisine.
I have never had anything less than a memorable dining experience at Creola. The staff are invariably helpful, courteous and knowledgeable, and the food truely delicious. Even when busy, we've been treated like we're the only people in the restaurant and never felt rushed. It is an especially nice surprise to come off a mundane stretch of El Camino to such a cosy and welcoming refuge, elegant, surprisingly quiet and friendly. I can rely on a quality experience for anyone I bring there. Highly recommended.
I am a New Orleans transplant and have missed the food. When we found this place by mistake I was so excited and it was crawfish season.. This place is fabulous.. Wait staff on top of refills, food (OMG!) so good. This place was the best I've had in years. A must try for anyone..
We enjoyed the blackened catfish, gumbo and stuffed redfish. The service was disappointing - long waits to order and obvious inexperience with wine service, etc.
We'll go back because its the closest thing to New Orleans food that we've found on the Peninsula.
Creola offers outstanding dishes not found anywhere else in the Peninsula. Across the board, their salads, appetizers, and entrees are excellent. My only disappointment is that the menu is somewhat limited and tends not to change much. For that reason, we don't go often... but when we eat there, we consistently have a great dining experience.
I wanted to honour my daughter on the occassion of my grandaughter's birthday....and it was the most delicious surprise I have ever given her!!!
Of course, it was a TAKE OUT and everything was just purrrrrrrrrrfect!!!
The Peruvian Manager chose the appetizer and the chicken and fish main dishes and it was superb!!!! Thank You, Jaime!
Visit: 2 August 2007
Creola is a good choice for a nice dinner in the peninsula. Their dining room is romantic and their service attentive withouth being obtrusive. The food is quite good - their Jambalaya was spicy and had good portions of seafood. Their Gumbo was smoky and flavorful.
I was excited to visit the Creola Restaurant in San Carlos to celebrate my father's 65th birthday - however I was hugely disappointed with the outcome. Once seated, the waitress was very rushed - and when finding that one of our guests had not arrived due to traffic, left us unattended for over 20 minutes. When the guest did arrive, she was informed that our party was not at the restaurant!! Our food arrived and there were two mistakes to two of the dishes that we ordered. The waitress never came back to ask us how our meal was or to inquire if we needed anything additional. The food was less than average. . two dishes completely over-cooked. Once the bill arrived, the waiter (different from the one that originally helped us) informed us that the next party was waiting in the lobby to be seated and if we could kindly hurry and leave. I have never been treated like this at any restaurant. I am an event planner for a High Tech Company in Silicon Valley. I am often reviewing restaurants for potential catering events for our Company, and I will never again visit or recommend this restaurant. Unfortunately, it left a very bitter taste in my mouth. . . .
What a terrific find - it looks unassuming from the outside, but CreoLa has great food, ambiance, and service. The prices are higher as a result (they deserve to be), so keep that in mind. A great place to dine at, especially for a romantic dinner.
I'm not an expert on cajun cuisine but it seemed like cajun food with richer sauces. I'm not complaining mind you, it was pretty good. On monday (as of this writing) they have a $25 per person 4 course meal. I'm a fan of the crawfish hush puppies, but then again, I'm just a fan of hush puppies. If red lobster still served hush puppies I'd be going there too. The shrimp & crab bisque was good. The blackened catfish was very good but I wasn't that crazy about the hollandaise sauce. The pecan pie and bignets were a nice capper. All in all satisfying but slightly on the rich side.
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