Been to New Orleans many times. Best restaurant for Cajun and Creole food in the area. Best in the Northeast.
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We've eaten at Delta Grill numerous times and love it. They have a great Happy hour if you like Hurricanes, only 4 dollars each! The menu has vegetarian choices if you need. I had a wonderful salmon with sliced apples my husband had stuffed chicken,...More
We stopped here as part of a Manhattan Food Tour (excellent!). We had hush puppies and alligator sausage. Best hush puppies I have ever had - piping hot and soft/chewy versus corn mealy. The alligator sausage was spicy and delicious. Didn't try it, but several...More
Me and my partner happened to walk past here, and were interesting in trying the food we had seen advertised on the menu. Delta Grill created dishes that were completely new to us such as jambalaya, grits and gumbo, so we decided to enter and...More
We got a tip off on this place, food excellent, generous and well priced, service and decor awesome. Yup, they were right! If you want good creole then its the place for you, if you want just good food in general, then its the place...More
Dined here twice over our 5 day NYC stay. Been here before and really love the food. Had a jambalya on the specials menu it was excellent. My wife ordered the snapper and grits but received the shrimp and grits and this was a blessing...More
We were walking through hell's kitchen around 10 pm and a lot was closed down for the night. We were starving and chose this place because it was open. It was pretty quiet, no live music that night. The food was pretty disappointing. It was...More
Excellent choice. Fairly priced for the quality selection. Excellent quick service. Delicious shrimp & grits. Perfect to order burger. Must go again.
I was here with my daughter. I ordered a specialty drink, the Maker's Mark Old Fashioned. There was no sweetener in it , which caused it to be very unpleasant. The appetizer was fine. However, the jambalaya was all hot without any taste. It was...More