If the chefs here were truly cooking for kings, they’d find themselves in the dungeon awaiting be heading.
The food was inconsistent. While the catfish was flavorful and well cooked, the rice was ice cold. The etouffee seemed to have been left in a microwave for way too long and scorched my mouth. This was the most flavorful dish I was served, and after adding the cold rice, it was still too hot, but the taste started coming through.
The chicken Cajun pasta was hot in spots, cold in others. The chicken was tender and good. The cream sauce was watery and lacked flavor:bland.
Then there was some sort of chicken with a Benedict type sauce, served over potatoes. Awful.
If it weren’t for the excellent service, atmosphere and music afterward in the courtyard, I’d say stay away. Danielle made the experience pleasant and the leftovers were appreciated by the homeless.
I’d also give it higher rating if it were an inexpensive restaurant. But, it’s pricy and bad food.
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