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Rosey Baby Crawfish & Cajun House
Posted by Wayne Martin on 08/28/2011
If you want spicy cajun or to just go mild with catfish then this is your place. The bluesy atmosphere may be a distraction for some for others it adds to the flavor. I was very happy with the service and was amazed at the low prices. Great food and service at a low price. What more can you ask?
Posted by Jeff on 01/23/2011
Walked in to a packed restaurant at 8:30 and was seated almost immediately. My wife and I started off with a bucket of crawfish that was excellent. Then the wait. The waitress apologized at least 5 times for the long delay of our entrees but the karaoke was entertaining and helped fill the time. I had jambalaya which was okay and my wife had blackened shrimp which was real good but not served very hot. The bill was miscalculated in the waitress’s favor (of course) and quickly adjusted. I have worked in bars/restaurants for 25 years and realize establishments sometimes get overwhelmed with large crowds that appear unexpectedly, that’s why I’d give RB’s another chance.
Posted by Dinger on 01/20/2011
We've been to Rosey's at least a dozen times over the last couple of years & are never disappointed by the kitchen. Fried catfish is the BEST in town. Definitely try the escargot appetizer, prepared with mushroom caps in a spicey buttery kind of roux. Outrageous for bread dipping. Crawfish are great in season (spicy!). Dont get your hopes up about atmosphere & you won't be disappointed. Go for the eats, enjoy the dive vibe.
Posted by Joseph on 02/06/2010
Damn, the crawfish is large & spicy! After 10 minutes, I was sweating bullets & my lips were burning. Awesome! And, I loved every minute man. Gumbo was pretty good... grew up in New orleans and it was comparable...Servers were decent. Had to call them over a few times... for more napkins and drinks. Price was a bit pricier than I thought; but, after chowing down the crawfish, it was well worth it. As for atmosphere, music/band was horrible. We went last night, some band was playing... another night, we went there and they had Karaoke... kinda funny really...recommendation: they should just consider getting rid of the bands and just play background music. Overall, we love coming here 3-4 times between March and May (crawfish season baby!)...
Posted by Gary on 08/30/2009
I made the trek to Ft. Lauderdale looking for good creole food. Unfortunately,Rosey baby is a complete disappointment. When you firt enter, you encounter a bar where smoking is allowed. How this is allowed in a restaurant these days is beyond me. The smoke smell permeated the entire restaurant. My wife and I were seated at a tiny oval table. We ordered an appetizer of fried crawfish legs. The portion was small and the best thing I could say about it was the sauce. We then ordered dinner, crawfish etoufee and red beans and sausage. Each had a small sampling of catfish nuggets (which actually weren't too bad). Both were basically the same rice recipe, one with crawfish and the other with sausage. I found three small pieces of sausage in my order, and a few red beans mixed up in large bowl of seasoned rice. The price, $14.95 for the crawfish and $12.95 for the sausage and beans. Needless to say, it was hardly worth the price. I've made better with a box of seasoned cajun rice with a little hot sauce. My wife ordered the hurricane drink. If you were expecting Pat O'briens, forget it. While we were there, a band was setting up for a 9:30 gig. Most people come here to drink, smoke, and watch a band. But if you are looking for authentic New Orleans food, this is not the place. The only positive thing was that the servers were polite.
Posted by Janice Freeland on 12/12/2007
This is the only real cajun restaurant in South Florida and the food is great.
Posted by Satisfied on 09/20/2007
If you want to try some good cajun food for a change, this is your place. Food was awesome and well worth the price.