Café Orleans is a restaurant where you can enjoy delicious food, a vibrant atmosphere, and great service. The menu includes many southern foods such as, Red Beans and Rice, Potato Salad, and Macaroni and Cheese. Although their Gumbo is particularly very popular, I ordered the Shrimp Po’boy with a side of onion rings. The shrimp was seasonally battered and fried to a crispy golden brown. The bread was toasted with a thick soft center. The onion rings’ coat of batter was crunchy while the onion itself was smooth. As for refreshments, soft drinks are on the menu while alcohol beverages are served at the bar. I recommend not eating anything before coming here as you will surely leave with a full belly.
Café Orleans is dressed with a blend of a New Orleans and Okinawa. Tunes of classic, Bourbon street jazz plays while you enjoy your stay. You will find Mardi Gras style art decorating the walls as well as many other contemporary pieces. Although Café Orleans is a small restaurant, it can sit about 35 to 40 people. It has conveniences of both booth seating and table dining, as well as an option of sitting at the bar. You can also sit along the window side seats and enjoy the outside view.
The staff at Café Orleans was both pleasant and inviting. I was seated immediately and handed a menu. They answered any questions I had about the menu and was even offered an option of ordering Jambalaya which was not listed. I was told that Café Orleans has only been open for six months. Prices are reasonable, however the soft drinks are a little pricey. The restaurant takes both cash and credit card. If you choose to pay with a credit card though, be prepared to pay an extra four percent.
Closed between 2pm – 6pm
by Dejaila Simms
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TUESDAY – SUNDAY 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
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