Frantic and fun, this sprawling Cobb County restaurant brings the best of bayou excitement and food to Atlanta. Families and business groups alike ... More
Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen
Frantic and fun, this sprawling Cobb County restaurant brings the best of bayou excitement and food to Atlanta. Families and business groups alike flock to the big, shanty-themed dining room, and the noise level is usually through the roof, even next to the serene bubbling waterfall. Low country regional specials headline the menu, including jambalaya and a very spicy Cajun crawfish platter. A lively bar and expansive patio make the place very popular with the after-work crowd, as well.
This has to be the best gumbo north of N'awlins and west of Charleston or Savannah.
They also do a hice job with the 'gator tail.
This place is always busy, but there is usually room at the bar.
On my last visit I had the day's special sauce which was made with shrimp scallops, crawfish, cheese, spinach... It was GREAT!
And the staff is always friendly and attentive.
My family and I enjoyed ourselves tremendously. We're from Ohio and were on our way to Florida, so we were laid back and really enjoyed the atmosphere. Our waiter was nice, food was good and so were the drinks. I read one review writing about the price and wait time, but we were vacation expecting to spend money. The Mexican restaurant next door was also as good. Both restaurants service was excellent. That is what I have told my friends, "They were so organized for such a big place.
The food was great. Had the shrimp platter and tried their spinach dip. Also, had one of their specialty frozen spirits. Very good.
The drawback: for the three items I ordered, it was overpriced. By myself I spent well over $30, imagine if you had a party of three or more. What a bill!
Great service from the young lady who was my waitress. She was very knowledgeable about the menu and was able to answer questions in regards to ingredients that was used to prepare some of the dishes. She was also very helpful in steering me into an entree to try.
Needless to say, I left a nice tip and went home happy.
i am from n.o.l.a.an you cant beat the great taste. we went there sat afternoon 4 of us the red beans, seafood platter,shrimp&catfish were excellent i almost thought we were back in n.o.l.a. it was great an the service was very professional that made for a great dinning experience by the way ask for stephen
Although I did not expect the food to be as good as cajun preparation in New Orleans, I did expect something close to the cajun/spicy seasoning. That was not the case in Atlanta, Easter Sun. My wife had bland tasting Lake Ponchtrain, very dry dirty rice; I had red beans and rice that tasted like pure fiber, no seasoning; the boudin was terrible, under-prepared, too much rice fillling; the breading on my "cajun" shrimp and chicken was tasteless; the sweet potato and pecan pie tasted like it had been sitting out overnight, the cream sauce was room temperature, also tasteless. And the servers should be told not to stick their thumbs inside the plate when handling food. I will never, never eat there again and thankful that I did not take any out of town friends there.
ME AND MY HUSBAND LOVE PAPPADEAUX. WE DON'T HAVE ONE NEAR US SO WE DRIVE ALMOST 2-2.5 HOURS TO GET TOO ONE, THEY HAVE THE BEST SHRIMP GUMBO EVER,I GET THEIR SHRIMP PLATE,THE BEST SHRIMP I HAVE EVER PUT IN MY MOUTH,THEY ALSO HAVE A PAPPADEAUX PLATER IT COMES WITH SHRIMP, CRAWFISH, STUFFED SHRIMP,CATFISH,FRIES. YOU JUST HAVE TO TRY IT YOUR SELF THERE ARE NO WORDS TO DESCRIBE IT
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