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Olde N'awlins Cookery
Cajun Restaurant
Today 11:45 am – 12:00 am
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205 Bourbon St New Orleans, LA 70112
205 Bourbon StreetUSLouisianaNew Orleans70112
Cajun RestaurantToday 11:45 am – 12:00 am
Monday 11:45 am – 12:00 amTuesday 11:45 am – 12:00 amWednesday 11:45 am – 1:00 amThursday 10:45 am – 1:00 amFriday 10:45 am – 12:00 amSaturday 10:45 am – 2:00 amSunday 10:45 am – 1:00 am
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Colorful & comfy Cajun & Creole restaurant serving an array of traditional local dishes.- Google
"...seafood chowder and blackened catfish po'boy (so good we kept coming back..."
"Crab cakes are awesome here."
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Kimberly Jae
3 weeks ago
Awesome food was amazing best service ever!!! Very nice friendly and a beautiful place. Staff was amazing, thanks Jhon ell our waiter was very friendly. Will be back again the Mardi Gras pasta was the BEST
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Mandi Barger
3 months ago
The food was AWESOME! And our service was the friendliest young man who was very delightful. He suggested jazz clubs for us to visit and made sure our visit to the restaurant was wonderful. I think his name was Johnell or something similar. This place is great!
Stephanie Goodwin
2 months ago
food was ok. about what id expected for bourbon street. had a cocktail and an appetizer at the bar. food arrived promptly. however it took a minute for the un busy bartender to give me silverware. i would suggest ordering to go.
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Chris Hardewig
9 months ago
This was the first place my friends and I ate during our visit to New Orleans. We wanted some authentic "N'awlins" food so we got some Po' Boys. I got the Blackened Catfish Po' Boy with fries, and it was very good. Some restaurants over-season and cook "blackened" food too long, but not this location. The Catfish was rich with seasonings, yet still very moist on the inside. It also had coleslaw, onions, tomatoes, pickles and Remoulade (a variation of tartar sauce). My girlfriend got the breaded catfish, which also tasted very good. My Po' Boy went well with the classic Amber Red Abita that I ordered with my food. It did take a while for our food to come out, but it was crowded so I'll give them a little leeway. The cost was a little expensive for what we got, but it was still tasty.
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Trevor Beck
4 months ago
Food and atmosphere was so good, we kept coming back. After spending most of a day flying in from Canada, we just wanted to grab a bite to eat, see a bit of the street and go to bed. Luckily, this was our first stop. Delicious seafood chowder and blackened catfish po'boy (so good we kept coming back) and the best part is when dining during the evening, a band starts playing on the street right outside the door! Great food, great music and only a block in on Bourbon Street! :-)
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Allison Sulock
5 months ago
One of the BEST bloody Marys I have ever had in my life!! Spicy with lots of flavour!! Absolutely fantastic. Place is open late for food- good food- full menu (1:45am on a Friday in October). Great food options - even stuff for vegetarians.
Payam G
3 months ago
Staff is friendly, however the food has a different story. We ordered the food platter and we got the bottom of a dish filled with fries, we got 4 pieces of cat fish fried. One soft shell crab, and about 15 shrimps... after walking for some time you are looking forward for a nice meal, however this place was not it. NOT going back
Bob Crement
10 months ago
Redfish and crawfish cream sauce was great!........Oysters, best I've had in years! In town 3 days for a convention.....ate ther all 3 days! Mo' Better!