Reviews on Cajun & Creole food in Gulf Breeze, Florida, United States.
Gulf Breeze is a city on the Fairpoint Peninsula in Santa Rosa County, Florida, United States and is a suburb of Pensacola which lies to the north, across Pensacola Bay. The population was 5,763 at the 2010 census and by July 2016, that had increased to an estimated 6,466.
Things to do in Gulf Breeze
4 based on 191 reviews
Traditional New Orleans Seafood, Po'Boys, and Oyster Bar.
My husband & I are regular visitors to Pensacola Beach, but had never eaten at Cosse's. It's a convenient walk across the street from Emerald Isle where we are staying. Boy are we glad we gave Cosse's a try for lunch today. As others have stated, the dining area is small, but the efficient staff cleans tables promptly without making patrons feel hurried. My husband had the alligator/frog leg combo basket, I chose a alligator/oyster basket. Both were big hits! Even the fries that are seasoned just right were good. The spicy red gravy sauce that comes with these baskets was a huge hit, flavor really complimented our food choices. Will definately be repeat visitors from here on.
4 based on 474 reviews
New Orlean's favorite Breakfast & Brunch spot is now open in Pensacola! You can enjoy our delectable benedicts, french toast, pancakes, omelettes, sandwiches, burger and cocktails any time of day!
This is a tourist attraction in itself.WE ate there twice and asked for Mark to be our server the second time because he was so good and patient the first time.Creme BrÃ»lÃ©e Pancakes, and their many Eggs Benedict options make this place award winning! Coffee was great, lovely art decorates the walls and outdoor dining is available too.I bet lunch is great too- wish I lived closer as I would be there weekly!!!!Thank you very much, TVHOST! Cheers!
Having heard a couple criticisms of J.T. Best, we returned to check our first impressions. Once again, we were quite happy with the experience. Trying the curly fries for the first time was a revelation: they're not the coiled version, but flat, twisted somehow, and plain delicious - crispy outside and properly creamy/mealy inside. Even Linda, who detests potatoes, allowed as how they were pretty tasty. Asking that my Po-boy bun be crisped up fixed my previous problem in that area. In a minor glitch, gumbo and grits arrived luke-warm, due to an unnoticed malfunction in the steam table. This was fixed promply and cheerfully, and we received a complimentary order of Beignets in apology. Staff and management are eager to please, so if you have a problem - tell them about it then and there. We noticed several couples splitting a Po-boy and a "cup" of gumbo, and that's probably the way to go if you can agree on which Po-boy to order. At each visit, we have left with enough food for lunch the next day. (BTW, a leftover Beignet reheated beautifully,)
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