Best Cajun & Creole restaurants nearby. Discover the best Cajun & Creole food in Arabi. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Cajun & Creole restaurants near you.. Arabi is a census-designated place (CDP) in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, United States. It lies on the eastern bank of the Mississippi River, between the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans and Chalmette within the Greater New Orleans metropolitan area. The population was 8,093 at the 2000 census.
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4 based on 5342 reviews
The Bistro at Murielâs Jackson Square offers New Orleans classics like Gumbo, BBQ Shrimp, Oysters "Muriel", Turtle soup, Fried Gulf Shrimp Po-boy, Crabmeat Imperial, Shrimp Remoulade & contemporary Creole cuisine like Pecan Crusted Drum & Wood Grilled Tun
Really enjoyed the authentic, unique setting with talented entertainers. Trumpet player and trio were terrific and venue was intimate. They kind of circulate around the the separate dining areas every 20 mins(ish) so enjoy while they are seranading your room! The food was top notch although pricey so go hungry to enjoy to the fullest!
4 based on 2194 reviews
The cuisine at August is contemporary French with a focus on local ingredients, inspired by Chef John Besh's classical training here and in Europe, and by the depth of his own Southern Louisiana roots. August is located in an historic 19th century French-
This was one of the most memorable dinners anywhere. The staff is professional and well versed in food and wine. Plates that are a feast for the eyes as well and the soul. The Sommelier was a wealth of information and made excellent suggestions. The lagniappe was a surprise and part of August's desire to embrace the customer. Thank you for a special meal on a hot September night.
4 based on 509 reviews
The Two Chicks Cafe is somewhat difficult to find as it is located inside the building at 901 Convention Center Blvd, but we were glad we eventually found it. The "Under the Sea Omelet" was fantastic! It contained crab meat, shrimp, brie, bell pepper and green onion. The "Crab Cake Benedict "was also very tasty. Our server was friendly and efficient, and she took good care of us. The cafe is a great place to have breakfast!
4 based on 1066 reviews
Went to brunch here twice - it was so fabulous just had to go again! The food is wonderful - jalapeno biscuits with fried chicken - yes please - shrimp and grits - more - chicken fried steak - again! Ask for Kathy, she will treat you right!
4 based on 334 reviews
somewhat hesitant to call any New Orleans eatery my favorite, but this small establishment is that place...great service, delicious food, solid wine list...i've been here three times and have never been disappointed...this time around i had the blackened scallops and they were prepared to perfection! The flash-cooked caesar salad was uniquely outstanding.Thank you very much for this review, Steve. It means so much to us to be considered your favorite! We sincerely appreciate you taking the time to let us know how much you've enjoyed dining with us, and hope to have the pleasure of serving you again many more times!
4 based on 1832 reviews
This beautiful two-story building was erected in 1809 by Antoine AnguÃ© where he opened the Vieux CarrÃ©âs first Creole Bistro called, The Restaurant dâOrleans. Today, the property is owned by the noted local business team of Pam Fortner and Earl Bernhardt.
Hidden in back of main restaurant is a delightful garden! Wine selection is excellent! Able to order sockeye salmon, special of night. Servers Jason (look for hat;) & Alyssa weâre wonderful! Ambiance was enhanced by delicious, finely prepared foods paired with Washington state wine!!Highly recommend this New Orleans GEM!!!!
4 based on 766 reviews
A neighborhood cafe specializing in breakfast, lunch & brunch. Voted New Orleans Best Brunch Spot 2014 & 2015!
I canât speak about other locations but this one on Burgundy has average food and very average service. No better than a drive-thru fast food joint all around. The three pigs omelet was good but the accompanying potatoes and biscuit were tasteless. Their Ruby Mimosa is good. With so many restaurants in New Orleans to visit I not sure I would revisit this one.Hi YoMcTraveler. Sorry that you did not have a pleasant experience at this location. We try to satisfy all of our customers when they come through our doors. If you would like to further discuss this situation, please email us at [email protected] We hope to see you again.
4 based on 296 reviews
Service was prompt and the food was wonderful. Leah, who took charge of us, was knowledgeable and friendly, helpful but not hovering. Everything with shrimp in it was terrific, as was the crab cake appetizer. We were there in between the lunch and dinner rushes, which in Nawlins is always a good time to go to any place.
4 based on 794 reviews
We are located at the Historic Farmers Market inside the Food Court. This is an open air-market. Although best known for our CrabCake Passion, we are vegan and celiac friendly. Delivery is available to the French Quarter, CBD and surrounding areas.
This place is located in the French market in one of the stalls. You can order food to take away or eat their at one of their stools. I tried their loaded omelet which came with an English muffin. It was good but not great. I noticed it can take a while to get the food prepared. Expect at least a 15 minute wait, maybe more. This place prides itself on their healthy food menu.. they have gluten free items, etc. Go there if thatâs what you are seeking.
4 based on 925 reviews
The Praline bacon and food did not disappoint but the service was cold and unattentive. Yes, we came in later in the day but she didn't check to see if we were enjoying anything & left all our plates in front us as we talked. Lots of great food available in New Orleans, the level of service is what sets people apart. If this was my first visit to Elizabeth's ...I'd never return.
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