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- General Info:
- Established in 1880, Commander's Palace is a restaurant located in New Orleans. Its menu includes various dishes, such as soups, fruit of the day, commander s Las Vegas salad, peaches and cream pain perdu, summer seafood timbale, egg sardou, garden district eggs, pecan-crusted gulf fish, shrimp cognac and and ouille grits, egg sardou, Creole bread pudding souffl , and muscadine and chicory coffee-lacquered quail. It also offers items, such as onion-crusted fried chicken salad, Caribbean-spiced yellowfin tuna, turtle soup au sherry, black skillet seared wild fish, bread pudding souffl , turtle soup au sherry, tasso black skillet-seared wild fish, grilled pork porterhouse and tournedos of Harris ranch black Angus beef.
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- Garden District, Central City - Garden
- Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, American Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Street, Valet
Bike Parking: No
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: No
Cuisines: Soul, Family Style, American, Cajun & Creole
Alcohol: Full Bar, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Specialties: Private Functions, Contemporary, Parties, Wine
Very classy...greated warmly by the whole staff. Food and service were excellent. Recommendations made by the server were fabulous from cocktails to dessert. Turtle soup, fois gras, veal tenderloin, pecan crusted drum fish, bread pudding souffle, apple crisp. Yum.Share Review
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Oh man this is one of the best places i have EVER eaten. Beautiful atmosphere, delectable food,delightful servers. A must have experience for all romantic getaways in New Orleans. Thanks to Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast for recommending a place to put the cherry on top of our stay.Provided by Citysearch
I love this place. Best food and service, hands down.
Sadly, it's quite expensive and not everyone will be able to experience this great cuisine. The service is also great and they'll give you a suit jacket to wear if you didn't bring yours. ;)
We enjoyed the food and service, but at $100 per person cost we would have expected the servers to better handle a table who had brought very small, very noisy children for a 2+ hour late dinner.
We left immediately after paying our check because the children, who had driven off all of the other diners after 2 hours of noise, were all we could bear.
When we complained to the host, he responded that we should have asked to be moved! (Actually we had)
Clearly, although the servers we...view morere aware of the noise, did nothing to hurry the family's dinner to spare the other diners the commotion.
Bush league service in my book.view less
For those avid readers who have been following our most recent reviews, this restaurant is a prime example of how the art of cooking is held at the highest standards possible by Uptown New Orleanians. This is the Uptown restaurant that has set the bar internationally for New Orleans-style creole and changed how the world looks at New Orleans' cuisine forever. The greats have walked the lines and dining rooms of Commander's Palace.Provided by Citysearch
CP's BRUNCH is a HUGE VALUE when in NoLa. Best meal ever and a great price!
WoW! What an experience! Awesome Staff, Great Bloody Mary. Daily Specials, and AMAZING DESSERT!
I had a triple pork gumbo and eggs benedict made with shredded pork, and dessert was a bread pudding soufflé. WOW!
Most Chef food is samplings of flavor and bite size portions. Everything on the brunch menu was a standard fair with brunch being 3 full courses for $30-$50. Best meal I've ever had.
Everyone ...view moremust eat hear at least once for brunch.view less