I have had the Monte Cristo and the the blackend Chicken Ceasar. Both were excellent. I would avoid the three cheese monte cristo. It was way too rich. My wife and I love the Pommes Frittes. They are just fries but the dipping sauce is excellent and they put garlic and parmasean cheese on them. I had the beingets in July and they were excellent. Nice and soft. They were still hot from the fryer.
I would like to know what you try. I am going next week and I plan on trying out the crab salad sandwich. It has looked pretty good when I have seen it around.
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How is the service/food at this "new" sit-down location? Any recommendations from the menu?
Interesting as I have seen some good reviews - maybe things have changed. My wife and in-laws went on July 2 and it was not good. The caesar salad was not tossed - which makes for a difficult time because then I had to tear my own greens and then cut my chicken......just was more work than I wanted and I was having some 'hand issues' due to a pinched nerve (I later found) - so having to do all of this was a double chore. We thought the Monte Cristo's had shrunken and it was in the HEAT of the summer and they kept bringing us these 8oz, ice filled goblets of tea and lemonade - so that being said, we were not all that pleased.
It was in it's 'opening time period' - so many the kinks have been worked out.
OH- and there is this LOUD OBNOXIOUS PIRATE STAGE AND SHOW right outside the veranda where many Cafe Orleans guests sit.
The pomme frittes are great, garlic fries with dipping sauce. The last time I was there the shrimp salad consisted of two skewers of two shrimp stuck into a half head of iceberg in two wedges. The crab salad sandwich was OK and the Monte Cristo was good but, I think smaller than it used to be at the Bayou.
Everything is good. But people have different tastes, hence why somebody in this thread didn't like the Seafood Crepes. I love the Seafood Crepes.
That was me. I have a hard time accepting TUNA, canned tuna at that, as being "seafood". Hell, if you're going to use tuna, at least throw some ahi in there. If they had been called tuna crepes, I wouldn't have ordered them. IMO, BumbleBee Tuna wrapped in a tortilla does not equate with a "seafood crepe". Not only is it low rent eating, it's false advertising.
Also, they made my mouth itch. Swear to god. And I'm not the only one. When we were there for dinner, someone at the table behind us mentioned to his family "Hey, these crepes are making my mouth itch". I look behind me and sure as ****, he's eating tuna crepes.
They're just wrong I tell you, wrong.
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