Reviews on Seafood food in Gretna, Louisiana, United States. Gretna is the second-largest city and parish seat of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, United States. Gretna lies on the west bank of the Mississippi River, just east and across the river from uptown New Orleans. It is part of the New Orleans–Metairie–Kenner Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 17,736 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Gretna
4 based on 2234 reviews
Peche Seafood Grill. In French, "peche" means "catch." Inspired by trips to Spain and Uruguay, Peche will focus on seafood cooked over an open wood fire. Diners can watch as the seafood, along with meats and vegetables, cooks over the flames. The dishes,
Table of 7 for a business dinner. The place was PACKED on a Monday night. Seafood appetizers of peel and eat shrimp and an assortment of oysters were delicious. We shared grilled redfish covered in chimichurri. It was meaty, tender and amazing. Stand out surprises were the brussel sprouts and chocolate pudding.Bottom Line: youâve done something horribly wrong if you are in New Orleans and eat a bad meal. This place is at the top of a heap in a city filled with great restaurants.
4 based on 306 reviews
Tomas Bistro is an upscale event venue located in one of New Orleans most exciting and fashionable neighborhoods, the Warehouse District. In a city that takes entertaining so seriously, Tomas Bistro is a local favorite.
My cousin was married here and after the ceremony, the chairs were taken down and the entire place held the reception. The food was perfect, from the oysters on the shell, to the seafood pasta and the beef tenderloin, we couldn't decide what was the best. The buffet also included a wonderful baked Brie along with chicken gumbo that many went back for seconds.
4 based on 639 reviews
Carmo is a New Orleans-based tropical restaurant and bar with a commitment to providing vegans, vegetarians and omnivores alike with healthy and affordable dishes in a warm, friendly and casual atmosphere. The menu is built upon the rich, multi-cultural c
Trendy converted warehouse restaurant with a hipster vibe. For a moment, I thought I wasnât cool enough to eat there but I think I got away with it. The menu was eclectic, with strong Mexican, Creole and Caribbean influences. Everything fresh and pretty healthy â there were numerous vegetarian, vegan and gluten free (the reason we were there, well done) options.Service was amiable but fairly clueless. It was so comically bad that it started to become part of the evening's enjoyment. Being asked if we would like to see the desert menu when we were halfway through our main courses was a particular highlight.
4 based on 284 reviews
Galliano is within easy walking distance of many hotels. It is a casual fine dining venue and generally very comfortable. It has a good wine list. We ordered a very nice Chianti, only to find out they were out of it. We were able to substitute with a very good Pinot Noir that went well with our dishes. The gumbo was flavorful and as good as any in NOLA. The blacked fish of the day was ordered by a member of our party, but when it came out and was cut into, it was not fully cooked. The server was very responsive and made good effort to correct the problem. When the correctly cooked fish arrived, it was very good. The Southern Fried Chicken with a side of red beans was also very good. While there were some difficulties, the overall experience was good and we recommend this restaurant.Hi there, thanks for taking the time to visit us and for also giving us some feedback! Our staff works hard to provide guests with great experiences, and I'm glad that we could do that for you. We hope to have you back again soon so we can give you the true 5-star experience you deserve!
4 based on 519 reviews
Mahony's Po-Boy Bar is fabulous! They offer all of your favorite Po-Boys, and many other special seafood offerings. And, they offer many tasty adult beverages. The Staff are First Class - friendly and professional. Magazine Street is a special place (just south of St. Charles Ave.) definitely worth a walk/visit - SO many nice bars and restaurants to visit. The locals all know this place - it gets busy because Mahony's is fun and offers great food. Enjoy; we sure did!
4 based on 7668 reviews
Experience the cuisine that has created raving fans of local diners and national and local food critics alike. Executive Chef Michael Nelson and Chef/Owner Tenney Flynn ensure the highest quality seafood by flying in products from around the globe and fea
We were in NOLA for a week and frankly, coming from Montreal which has excellent restaurants, we did not have high expectations. We were pleasantly surprised. This is a very very good restaurant in NOLA among other good restaurants : delicious food, efficient and kind service and fair pricing. We recommend the ceviche, the fish and scallop signature dish and the coconut sorbet.We saved the best for last and left NOLA with some wonderful souvenirs of its culinary scene.
4 based on 230 reviews
I went to this location for brunch with some of my friends during a group vacation. Overall, the experience was ok. We were surprised to learn about the various added charges for things that seemed like very basic substitutions. I ordered the French Toast and the portion size was very small - you only get a single piece. The server was very nice and actually brought me another one. I would consider returning but probably wouldnât actively plan to go back.
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 928 reviews
We arrived to day and wanted a casual local dining experience. This restaurant was recommended by the inn keeper. It was perfect. Food was home made with the right amount of Cajun. Only thing we regret was that the dinner was so good and filling it didnât leave room for desert.
4 based on 9366 reviews
Commander's Palace welcomes everyone but we do have a dress code. It's a festive atmosphere! Shorts are never allowed. Inventive modern New Orleans cooking coexists with our Haute Creole. Sense the team's professional grace clothed in the warmth of the Br
We recently dined at Commanderâs Palace, an old favorite. We were seated in the Garden Room upstairs where we could see the live oak trees. The crowd here seemed like they were in for celebrations. Several tables had balloons. We went for the tasting menu with wine pairings. Why not! First was yellowfin tuna carpaccio with olive vinaigrette served with Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve. Excellent paring! This was followed by a couple of fried oysters with a white Rhone. Next was pan roasted fish with crab meat over white beans with tasso. That was an interesting combination. Wine was an Oregon Gamy. This was followed up by a palate cleanser of gin and cucumber. The meat course was Louisiana Wagyu Beef with a Lake County Cab. The is was the best dish of the night! Dessert was pineapple upside down cake with Tokaji, another great match! Commanderâs is an elegant place and the food can be adventurous or old standbys.
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