Olde N'awlins Cookery, New Orleans

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705-729 Conti Street

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    Olde N'awlins Cookery: Giant Shrimps

    by Minnieg Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Our experience here was alright. I had barbeque shrimps and my husband had a gumbo. it was delicious but I had tummy ache couple hours after our dinner. It must have been the way they fixed it or too much spicy in it. who knows..

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    anywhere: eat eat eat eat eat

    by shashasharon Written Nov 7, 2003

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    this is what you have when you have a meal in N'awleans...please take your time...eat each bite real slow...savour it...feel it...try to remember it always...look at the people around you enjoying themselves...laugh...have fun...I always have to have a shot of alcohol before I eat oysters on the half-shell but if your lucky you don't have to do that...crawfish..same thing...but I still do it...eating in N'awlins is a sensual experience..enjoy it...becasue when its good its really good...

    Favorite Dish: crawfish etouffe....
    I think most food in n'awlins is an aphrodisiac..I cannot recommend a dish...I can recommend a feeling...enjoy!!!!!!!

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    Ol' Nawlins: Ol' Nawlins

    by Pierre_Rouss Updated Jun 27, 2003

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    Has a great inside court where you can dine in the open.

    Favorite Dish: Blackened fish. They just dip the filet in butter and spices, they throw it on a white hot skillet. It's crunchy and spicy on the outside, tasty and juicy on the inside.

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    by jochan Written Aug 26, 2002

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    This is a beautiful place. Half a block from Bourbon Street, the Olde Nawlins Cookery boasts traditional Cajun fare with an elegant flair. The food is good, portions are plentiful, and the dining in the courtyard is a must.

    Favorite Dish: Blackened Catfish

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    I can't totally recall the...

    by Paula1971 Written Aug 26, 2002

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    I can't totally recall the name of the restaurant but it was on St.Charles Str. It was actually a culinary school so you ate fine cuisine for the cost of McDonald's!! I will try to remember the name of this place because the food was soooo good!! If you are a fan of seafood then you will be laughing in The Big Easy. You may have a harder time if you don't care for it like myself. I managed just fine though.

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