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701 St Charles Ave New Orleans, LA 70130
701 St Charles AveUSLANew Orleans70130
$$$French Restaurant, American Restaurant
French Restaurant
American Restaurant
Italian Restaurant
Today 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 5:30 – 10:00 pmSunday Closed
Herbsaint Bar and Restaurant on Saint Charles Avenue features an acclaimed menu with French and Italian-inspired, yet distinctive Southern dishes and a dynamic wine list in a modern bistro setting.
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Upscale French & American fare in an airy space with St. Charles Avenue views & outdoor seats.- Google
People talk about gumbo, shrimp and grits, pork belly, duck confit and cochon
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Seth Bloom
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Love this place for lunch or dinner. Modern and simple dinning area with some nice outside seating during the good weather months. This is a great place for a power lunch or elegant dinner and Donald Link's first main restaurant which he started with Susan Spicer of Bayonna. I literally never have a bad meal there and you can't miss with the fish of the day. If you feel adventurous try the frog leg appetizers or the sinful Housemade Spaghetti with Guanciale and Fried-Poached Egg. It's a place not to miss in New Orleans!
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Sam Milligan
reviewed 10 months ago
Only one word for this restaurant...fantastic! Its a little pricy, compared to some other options, but its worth every penny. One of the best restaurants in New Orleans.
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Michael Decaire
reviewed 2 years ago
Surprisingly hopping spot for a early spring Monday night with no festivals in town. Cocktails were nice, with a heavy focus on forgotten classic counterparts of today's mixed drinks. Starter of rabbit and andouille sausage gumbo was perfectly cooked, but far over seasoned with salt. Unfortunate because it could have been a perfect dish. Mains were mixed, from a well done pork belly, to a well cooked but forgettable steak frites, and a lamb that should have been better. The duck entree was over salted again, but the rice was the culprit this time. Chocolate pudding cake was to die for. Banana butter tart also a great choice. For four with cocktails, three courses, and 4 glasses of wine $300 inclusive of tip. Overall good, a few significant flaws, and a bit pricey.
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A Google User
reviewed 3 months ago
Not sure what the hype is. Food good, but nothing extraordinary compared to similar restaurants in other big cities. Service so-so. With the space and staff they got, the place appeared much more crowded and hectic than it could have been.
Diana Barrigar
reviewed 10 months ago
Delicious from beginning to end with attentive service. The homemade spaghetti appetiser with fried poached egg was exceptional.
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Sean Smart
reviewed 2 years ago
Service was great, well versed in the menu items and the extensive wine list. Food was delicious, pork belly was perfect as was the duck leg. Great experience


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