New Orleans Reviews

Scott reviewed

Pros: Colorful place, and full if New Orleans charm. ..
Cons: Workers charge you for a product you don't get, which technically is theft. Atmosphere apears clean, but watch what's actually happening behind the counter! One employee with breads ..
Comments: If you want a clean, friendly atmosphere with professional staff, THIS IS NOT the location for you. Food, while hot is bland, and drinks are definitely not the strongest ..
Overall Rating: 11111

Creole cuisine, it’s the flagship food of New Orleans and a magical mix of flavors and textures from cultures all around the world.  Creole cuisine is a direct reflection on melting pot of cultures that call New Orleans home.   It takes culinary traditions from France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Native America, and Africa to create a rich and decadent culinary style.  From oysters to gumbo, jambalaya, crawfish, and cornbread pudding, this style of cuisine abounds in each of these great Creole restaurants in New Orleans.

Acme Oyster House – Acme opened its doors in 1910 and over its long life span has become one of the best places for creole in the New Orleans.  Head to Acme Oyster House in the French Quarter and browse their menu full of New Orleans classics including raw oysters, seafood gumbo, classic jambalaya, and so much more.

Commander’s Palace – This legendary New Orleans restaurant has been a city favorite since it first opened in 1880.  It still boasts that old time feel with a menu that pridefully reflects all the rich, culinary tradition of New Orleans.  Menu items include an upscale assortment of Creole and Cajun dishes including white wine and shrimp remoulade, gumbo, turtle soup, crispy soft shell crab, and potato-andouille hash.

Cochon – Get a hearty dose of Cajun Southern cooking at Cochon in the Garden District.  This elegant eatery has earned praise from the New York Times, USA Today, and Travel + Leisure Magazine, for their unique brand of contemporary Cajun and Creole in New Orleans.  Menu highlights include smoked ham hock with red beans and rice salad; an oyster and bacon sandwich; as well as louisiana cochon with turnips, cabbage, and cracklins.

The Gumbo Shop – The name says it all.  Come to the Gumbo Shop for a delectable variety of gumbo and great Creole in New Orleans.  Try their Seafood Okra gumbo with okra, onion, bell peppers, celery and tomato fried then blended
with shrimp and crabs making for a classic Creole soup served over rice; or go for the award-winning Chicken and Andouille Gumbo with chicken, Andouille sausage, okra and delicious seasonings.

NOLA Restaurant – The flagship restaurant of celebrity chef, Emeril, NOLA is the place to go if you want a serious and eclectic selection of mouth watering cuisine ranging from Cajun to French, Creole, and Vietnamese.   Dine on New Orleans classics including classic shrimp and grits, buttermilk fried chicken, grilled pork chops, and much more.

This is just a small assortment of the best Creole restaurants in New Orleans.  Explore this amazing city and discover your own!

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