All Reviews by kevans4

  • Dick & Jenny's 4501 Tchoupitoulas St, New Orleans, LA 70115 (504) 894-9880

    5 stars Posted on 01/01/2009 04:00pm

    Provided by Citysearch

    I almost don't want to spread the word. If I want a great meal at a good price I head to this comfortable local hangout. I would recommend it to anyone. I have a hard time passing up the steak, but I have never been disappointed in anything I have eaten here. Great atmosphere and food.
  • Cafe Degas 3127 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119 (504) 945-5635

    4 stars Posted on 01/01/2009 04:00pm

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    I have been for brunch, lunch and dinner and been pleased each time. Great french onion soup and mussels. Precious place and very ""new orleans."" Always had good service and never waited over 10 minutes but watch when you go. There may be a wait.
  • Cochon 930 Tchoupitoulas St, New Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 588-2123

    5 stars Posted on 01/01/2009 04:00pm

    Provided by Citysearch

    Well prices and great food but you must love pork. Seasonal menu and local ingredients, the food is thoughtful and rich. The sides were all very tasty. The grits, the macaroni and the greens were my favorite. The rabbit livers were fried perfectly. I was surprised to find no pig on the desert menu. Nonetheless it was a very pleasant meal.
  • Olivier's Creole Restaurant In The French Quarter 204 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 525-7734

    1 stars Posted on 07/19/2008 05:00pm

    Provided by Citysearch

    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 appetizers. The eggplant special, like a dark seafood roux over perfectly fried eggplant and Pecan fried oysters. The sauce with the oysters was a katsu BBQ sauce you find at any sushi place. They were both ok, so we were all trying to become more positive about the small problems with the evening. The house dressing was good, as we had read. The problem came when the main course was delivered. Each of the four people dining ordered a different dish but the only distinction on our plates were meat. The accompany rice was seasoned with probably herds de provence, very strong and not FRESH HERBS. The carrots were so sweet it was like having dessert with your meal. The sauce on the duck was not smooth or tasty. The Chicken with cheese sauce is a overly poorly seasoned chicken breast with overcooked mushrooms and straight cheese, not sauce. The pork medallions were closes to enjoyable but still simply mediocre. The one gumbo was basically the sauce we had over the eggplant appetizer. There was random asian ingredients used throughout the meal via special sauces and frying materials. I hate to give a bad review but I would never go back. I believe it is over priced and meant for tourist to have the illusion of a great New Orleans restaurant. i just hope others do not fall for it. As if he knew there was a problem our waiter brought us free dessert. It was too late, but I did not reflect that in his tip. The meal was a waste of the 200 bill. Please choose another great new orleans place to enjoy the town.