Limited selection of beer and wine but I got to try a taste of both the white and red “porch” wines. I opted for the Cabernet but both were good. They brought me a chef’s sampler of the gumbos and red beans to try before placing my order. It was all good, seafood gumbo, crawfish ettofee, lobster bisque, chicken and sausage gumbo. I opted for a side order of the red beans and rice with the large seafood platter: catfish, shrimp and oysters (5 each) but you can get a smaller order of 3 each, which I should have done. Portions are huge and value-priced. Great service. Good Cajun music in background. Ambiance is not good for business travelers, more of a cafeteria place, but everything else makes up for that. I got the side of Red beans with upgrade to jambalaya instead of white rice came out first with buttered roll instead of cornbread. Bad form. Meal was served quickly and hot. It was greasy, but what you expect from Cajun fried food. Catfish was so fresh it just crumbled to the touch. It was the star. I upgraded to fried okra with the cole slaw. No shrimp or oyster sauce came with it but they brought some upon request. Not for dieters, but a great pleasure.
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