It was a great resturant. i was the general maneger there and loved every day i was there. I am sorry if any one had a bad experence there or if the food was not the best. the owner had to close for family reasons down in Cajun Country but will miss evryone dearly. That place will never be forgotten.
I was there for our anniversary my wife baby daughter and I. I expected a bit better quality of food, I had gilled catfish that was for the most part burned tasted like burnt ash, and the lemons were dry and old. Most of the fried sea food was blain and tasted all the same. We were seated in a private room that was very cold. We asked if they could turn the heat on and they refused my daughter and wife were eating with jackets on.
I would never recommend this place to anyone who is looking for a great dinner.
Scale of 1-10. 6.5. This place could lots better. I was bummed for 70$ it “SUCKED”
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