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I had high hopes for this place, seeing all the great reviews. We ordered the Cajun calamari it was greasy and not spicy at all, after I had the tortilla soup it was a mistake my husband had the jambalaya it was okay but nothing...More
We like to avoid chains and continue to try new places. Although not new to Edmonton it was new to us for this visit... and a nice surprise.
The restaurant is a very nice diner atmosphere with booths around for those venturing in for great...More
My wife and I were happy we tried DaDeO. The staff are inviting and on point, the food was great and the ambience is perfect for an intimate outing with friends or a significant other. We had Bloody Mary oyster shooters, the bayou gumbo, crab...More
My husband and I always have to eat here when we are in Edmonton. The food is amazing. The crabcakes and gumbo are fantastic and the bread pudding in the best I have had anywhere. Prices are super reasonable too.
Concert cancelled, hotel ceiling leaking water, tire now out on the way in to town... But Dadeo saved the day! Great poboy. Tasty beer. Bread pudding. Plus the inside scoop to fill the live music void. Thanks for saving my birthday!
Meal excellent, paired with a beer brewed with chili peppers and their lemonades. Cajun flavours complemented each other all the way through. Service very good. If you like the old diner style (right down to the booth jukeboxes), signs and ambience, make sure you visit...More
We went here for a quick bite before a Fringe show. Service was fast, however the place was noisy. The food arrived quickly, but the fritters we ordered were dry and all four different types tasted the same. The Po'Boys were OK, although there were...More