Quaint place with menu options sure to please. Seasoned food that's not overly seasoned or priced. If you're looking for some great southern food and a friendly atmosphere, you'll be glad you stopped here.
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Thankfully, we came on a Saturday when lobster bisque was on the menu. Sublime., So excellent . I could dine on this every night. As was the key lime pie... The best key lime pie I have ever tasted outside of my own 5 ingredient...More
Stopped in at Howe's Bayou, after going to the Octoberfest. What a great little Bar. We got the Gumbo and the Bisque soups. What an excellent choice this was our first time going to the Bayou, both the soups were so flavorful and delicious. The...More
I live in Ferndale, and this is my favorite restaurant. Knowing that, several friends arranged a reunion from high school and 6 of us ate here at dinner. Joseph and Kirk took good care of us, arranging wine, meals, etc. for us according to our...More
Had the crawfish chowder and crawfish etouffe - both were very similar (with the later being a thicker and spicier version of the first) and tasty but not spectacular. Good sweet cornbread accompanied our dishes. The Voodoo shrimp was very good.
Wide variety of food, al of it very good. The staff is helpful in describing the flavor. We have gone there many times and never been disappointed. We even took our grandchildren there and they were able to find food they liked. We keep going...More
This wasn't our intended location, but we walked in and they had a table for us. This was decent bayou cuisine. The variety was great. They have nice Louisiana beers at a decent price. We had cups of soup/gumbo. They can with a large piece...More
Nice drink menu and atmosphere, but the real treasure about this place is its amazing food. Extremely affordable, and downright delicious. The jambalaya is a phenomenal classic, but the po-boys are also fantastic. Would definitely recommend! Would advise to come in groups of 2 or...More