I was born and raised in Baton Rouge, LA, so I have pretty high standards when it comes to Louisiana Cuisine. People in LA judge a good restaurant by their Gumbo. Henry's did not disappoint. It was Dark and spicy! We had the catfish and it was well seasoned. Also tried the Shrimp Po'Boy. The shrimp were fairly large and well seasoned. Bread was fresh and soft. We made it a point to talk with the Owner/Chef Henry. Very nice man who came to Columbus because his son is at Ft. Benning. For Columbus, this restaurant is the best Cajun restaurant in town. I also appreciate the location. Most good restaurants in N.O and B.R. aren't in fancy shopping malls, they're off the beaten path. The crowd was diverse, Jazz music was playing and the A/C was blowin'. It felt like home. LSU and Saints fans are welcome!
3507 Manchester Expwy Suite 23 Peachtree MallColumbus, GA 31909
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The food is overall very good. Being a Daughter of a mother that is from New Orleans I am the person to ask about the famous Henrys... Well the GUMBO had no rice and Gumbo should have rice i am not sure why it didn't. I had it twice and neither times did it have it, It left something that was needed. If that rice was in there it would have been GREAT.
Neat and clean with a lovely ambience and decor. I from louisiana so I love all the Saints/LSU/Southern ect. sports stuff. The bbq shrimp and grits we well seasoned and the staff was very friendly. I hope they do well because I just found a new spot!