Overall Experience: 4.5/5
I love trying local restaurants when I travel….especially in Vegas as the Strip restaurants tend to be a bit “too much” after a few days. For those of you who do Vegas regularly, you’ll relate fully. 🙂
Food: It’s crawfish season so we started with a pound of crawfish. Gumbo is also a staple of Creole food and this one definitely hit the mark. Cornmeal crusted oysters and a blackened chicken alfredo rounded out the meal. The flavors were excellent — enough spice to be noticed but not too much to cause pain.
Service: Pretty casual spot. Service was good. Servers were knowledgeable.
Value: Prices were excellent — meaning they were NOT Vegas Strip prices. Dinner cost $60, including an appetizer and drink. (Be forewarned: They DO nickel and dime for garnishes/sauces on the side).