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Posted by Terrebonne on 07/25/2010
I was born in Raceland, LA and as my last name shows I am 100% true cajun. I live in Florida now and went here for the crawfish boil just before the super bowl. Fantastic cajun music and atmostphere. The food was fantastic!!! Just like home!
Posted by liz c on 06/21/2010
Accidently found this place and it's now our favorite place to eat. My blackened catfish was the best I'd ever eaten. My husband's shrimp was great but the pecan pie was so beautiful we had to stare at it's presentation before we could eat it. Never had it warm with cream before. We're on our way back!
Posted by James Clevenger on 04/18/2010
eat there on a Sunday night about 7pm, they were out of hush puppies, spinich dip and potatoes for the crawfish. Very tiny portions. Poor service for my family but the manager ask the table behind us 6 times if they were OK, 6 TIMES!! then the kids meals were suppose to come with a pudding cup and we ask about them and I'm not joking the waitress said, "I only had one and I didn't want to start anything so I wasn't going to mention it", WHAT? what kind of service is that? I would never go there again! If you are looking for good cajun food in south Florida, keep looking. I am from Oklahoma and I dont care what any of the other reviews say, Dis Aint Cajun Food nor Hospitality!!
Posted by David on 11/29/2009
The first time that I went there (on a whim) I ordered the chef special. I asked the waiter (who turned out to be the owner), "This isn't all the stuff that you can't sell all week, is it?" He replied, "No, that's the stuff that I fly in from the Gulf Coast." So I decided to try it. When he brought it out I said, "Man, you just messed up. That's etoufee'. Nobody beats Mama's etoufee'!" I took one bite and looked at him with the saddest expression that I could muster and said, "Mama's got a sad phone call coming... you just kicked her butt!" Ya'll, that etoufee' was the creamiest, best thing that I ever put in my mouth and the rest of the items on the plate were as good as Louisiana gets. Well my buddy and I befriended Staz and he has even been to my friend's house in Lake Ozark, Missouri and stopped by to cook supper for him. It doesn't get any better than that. He's a great guy and an excellent chef!
Posted by Gabrielita on 06/26/2009
Went to LSU and moved to Fort Lauderdale and what can I say, this place is the best! Have some "Black N Blues" Oysters, a taste of heaven (fresh shucked oysters topped with crumbled bleu cheese and then broiled!) or enjoy some boiled crawsish during th season, ends 4th of July. Or have some fried oysters, catfish or hush puppies... Drooling yet? A genuine NOLA taste and the people who work there are so NICE, just like being in the Big Easy. Of course you can top anyting off with an Abita draft beer at a very reasonable price . The owner is always there and also super firendly. He indulges us LSU fans during big games by playing the fight song on the sound system... I love that I live close to this place. A true gem!