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 Authentic French Quarter Creole restaurant cooking dishes handed down through five generations.

We're family-owned and operated, moderately priced, and quintessentially New Orleans, right down to our renowned Southern hospitality
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reservations: (504) 525-7734


Breakfast 8am-12noon, Lunch 11am-3pm, Dinner 5pm-10pm  Authentic Family Owned Creole Restaurant


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all major credit cards, cash, debit, travelers checks
 Decatur & Iberville Streets, Across from The House of Blues.
French Quarter - CBD, Central Business District
   Many of our recipes come down through the generations of our extended family – Mama Jeanne Gaudet Doublet, Audrey LaFrance Gaudet, and Cheryl Gaudet Olivier – and we carry on the tradition of our parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents, who stood in the kitchens of New Orleans and invented this great cuisine, now known the world over as the very essence of the " style="color:#5e5b32" href="">Crescent City 
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Hidden Gem!

We had one evening in New Orleans between legs of a trip and asked the front desk at our hotel where to eat.\r
It's slightly off the beaten path- but only by a block or two. We walked from our hotel, and found it fairly easily.\r
The staff was exceptional: friendly, helpful, and charming. Since we had our young son with us, they gave us a couple of choices that aren't on the menu just for him. Our food w
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great place to hang up

Was there for a day adn really interesting to stay for a gfew hours
delicious mealsdelicious mealsdelicious mealsdelicious mealsdelicious mealsdelicious meals

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Classic Creole

Don't go if you want ""blackened"" anything. It's not cajun, it's creole. And if you don't know the difference, you'll think it to be uninspired. It is not. Everything we tried was the correct amalgam of European and local flavors as it should be.\r
True locals eat here for a reason.

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Olivier's, New Orleans: Simply must-not-miss for civilized dining

On our third day of Amtrak travel from Los Angeles, my husband and I reached New Orleans. We enjoyed exuberant Bourbon Street at night, lurid neon signs, excellent jazz spilling out of doorways, and walking the charming French Quarter streets with cocktails in hand. Our fortunate destination, recommended by our hotel concierge: venerable, genteel Olivier's Restaurant, featuring original Creole recipes. From the first... view more

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not a serious player.

its funny, this place has gotten several non-5-star reviews, yet it ""averages"" to 5-stars! how is this possible!? ive noticed they advertise heavily on the site as well. \r
anyway, this place is long gone -- it may have been good when the grandfather of the current chef was cooking, i dont know. but currently, its just bland, bland. tacky decor too. i think it gets by on unsuspecting tourists... \r
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Favorite Restaurant in New Orlean's French Quarter

We dined at Olivier's for the first time last week. We were welcomed, seated, and treated to an absolutely wonderful experience. From the welcome at the front door to the good bye as we left, we were made to feel like old friends. The salad was crisp and fresh, each entre was so pleasing to look at, you almost didn't want to disturb the sight. (You get over that quickly when you taste!) \r
There was a wonderful,
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PLEASE READ THIS ONE: A local caught in a tricky tourist trap, please read review, HONEST

We began the night pleasantly. We had a nice table and our server was kind, honest and helpful. He cooperated with us when we got a bad bottle of wine. Once you begin to look around you notice the small things. The decor was cheap, cheesy grapes painted on the walls. I am used to some poor service because I am young but I am willing to deal with problems as long as the food was good. We began our meal with the a... view more

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Phenomenal entrees and unbelievable desserts

This is our second visit to Olivier's and it was during the NBA All-Star and I have to say it was an escape that my husband I needed from all the chaos of the weekend. We were greeted by a warm host and sat immediately (we did have reservations). We started with the gumbo and a house salad with Olivier's home made dressing (PLEASE BEGIN SELLING IT!!!) and I could have gone home after those delights, Our entrees we... view more

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Great Service - Great Gumbo

The best service I had while in New Orleans - The restaurant was more casual than I expected from viewing the website and menu; however, we had a great time. You must try the gumbo sampler (3 types of gumbo). My boyfriend had the roast duck and was impressed with the raspberry sauce. The bread pudding hits a home run! Better than my mom makes! Reservations aren't necessary, people were walking in off the street and ... view more

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What a wonderful traditional New Orleans Experience

This was absolutely the best I have had in all of my trips to New Orleans! I started with the Eggplant Olivier which was absolutely fantastic! My mouth is watering just thinking about it again! The salad was a basic salad, but you wouldn't know it with the incredible dressing! Creole Garlic Herb Vineagrette, they need to bottle that stuff! For my entree I had the Honey Glazed Pork Tenderloins can you say OH MY GO... view more

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