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Business Description
Remoulade is a family friendly cafe located at 309 Bourbon Street. The menu offers Arnaud's signature dishes like Shrimp Remoulade, alongside unique New Orleans delicacies like po-boys, jambalaya, red beans and rice and fresh oysters from our oyster bar. Remoulade brings accessible, Creole cuisine to Bourbon Street.
Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (504) 355-5730

Fax: (504) 355-5730

Payment method
amex, discover, master card, visa, all major credit cards
Price Range
$$
Neighborhoods
French Quarter - CBD, French Quarter
AKA

Arnaud's Remoulade

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Categories
Creole & Cajun Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants, Seafood Restaurants, Fast Food Restaurants, American Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: No

Attire: Casual

Good For Groups: Yes

Good for Kids: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Take Out: Yes

Cuisines: Southern, American, Take Out, Fast Food, Seafood, Cajun & Creole

Alcohol: Full Bar

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Average

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MannyFresh

02/04/2011

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Overall
Lunch portion was good

1st restaurant to try when I landed. Loved the fried shrimp. Seasoned just right. The homemade sauce is amazing. I am so happy that you can buy a bottle. Will be back

LauraJane

01/08/2010

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Overall
Go Somewhere Else

My boyfriend and I had lunch here and were a bit disappointed. The 1/2 dozen oysters we ordered for an appetizer were good, but the red beans and rice and muffaletta were sub par at best. With so many restaurants in the area, I would suggest going somewhere else.

taylor30350

09/13/2004

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Overall
Ok, but nothing to write home about

We went here one afternoon for a ""quick"" lunch as we were strolling NOLA. We split a shrimp po-boy and it was okay, but very little shrimp and sorta bland. Bfriend added cole slaw to his, which he ordered as a side dish (it had raisins in it, which sorta surprised us), but he said it made it better. I still think the best Po-Boy we had was Riverwalk food court, the little shrimps were fallin' off our po-boy there because it was so loaded and it was definitely cheaper!!! Skip Remoulade and go take a stroll at Riverwalk and eat in their food court, LOL!!

phamster

05/19/2004

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Overall
Not Worth the Cost

My friend and I went into this modest-looking restaurant thinking the food would be more reasonable and down-to-earth than the gourmet creole and cajun places around town. We were sadly mistaken. My friend paid over $13 for a dish comprised of 8 small BBQ shrimp...and that's it. No side dishes or anything. I can't remember what I ordered because it didn't make any impression upon me. I do recall that our meal cost over $33 for just 2 simple dishes. Save your money and go elsewhere.

Allen_Persinger

02/19/2003

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Overall
disappointed

Visiting with a group of six, we were looking for an oyster bar that was reasonably priced and their menu looked good. We were seated in about 15 minutes (early afternoon). The waitress said that they didn't have any oysters! And she was a little arrogant about it too. Imagine that, the middle of the seafood season for oysters in New Orleans and they don't have any! We were all hungry and didn't want to wait in line somewhere else so we ordered. I love BBQ shrimp so I ordered it but wasn't overly happy with them. They were over cooked and hard to peel. The flavor was fine but the whole experience got annoying. Also, they charge for soft drink refills. Two of our group had the red beans and rice, said it would have been very bland if it hadn't had the sausage in it. Marginal at best

kcb

12/27/2002

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Overall
is this from a box?

I could have stayed home and made my entree out of a box mix. I thought you were suppose to be a spin off of a rather reputable restaurant? Please cross the street for Acme, Mother's or anything else!!

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