About this Business
- Cajun, Creole, American, Fast Food
Love it, great food and wonderful young man at the counter. We will be back.
Food was bland for what it was supposed to be. Place a little dirty. Has potential but needs to run tighter shop
I really liked the decor but the food was lacking in visual appeal. It would of been nice to have some vegetable choices as a side. The man working was nice and I was glad the Cards game was on but the food wasn't quality enough to bring me back.
If you aren't sure which one you want to go with ask for a sample. And get a combo (two different meat options on the bowl of rice). I tried, and loved, the voo doo chicken, bourbon chicken and the etouffee. This Groupon is an amazing deal for two! I'd definitely recommend this place to anyone.
Don't go late at night - everything is a bit dried out. The original gumbo isn't very good either ...
Thought it was really good and reasonably priced even without the Group on!
Be sure to get more of that seasoning sprinkled on EVERYTHING!!!
it was different we enjoyed it
Very tasty food at a good price.
From Our Editors
The idea that you can only get good Cajun food in Louisiana has been challenged. The chefs at J. Gumbo's craft classic creole and Cajun dishes, balancing heat and spice with skill. Homestyle gumbo begins with a deep brown roux and, like viewing The Big Easy both forward and backward, takes about four hours to complete. Crawfish étouffée teems with the plump shellfish while jambalaya is made creole style with shredded chicken and sausage. Chefs pile these into bowls atop a bed of rice, and diners who can't decide can opt for two or even three options in one bowl.
The eatery itself is intimate and casual. On the walls hang New Orleans–inspired art, such as a crawfish wearing a chef hat and Mardi Gras masks and beads. Diners are also welcome to scrawl their names in between the art, and they often write messages commemorating their visit or love letters to the chef written in French.