Went looking for this, but was told it had closed and moved to Olongapo? If anyone knows differently, please advise. In any case, the map location is incorrect.
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Great atmosphere and nothing was to much. They are more than accomodating always trying to please open to suggestions and nothing was to much.
I had the ribs which had very little meat on the bones, the few french fries and spoonful of veg on the plate was a joke! Nothing positive I can say I am afraid.
Chef Dave is a great guy, and will make special orders that are not even on the menu. He made us some blackened salmon that was the best ever!
I was sceptical reading the reviews at first...lots of 'one review' reviews...but decided to take the plunge to sample a different style of cuisine. And this proved to be the best decision of our trip. Chef Dave is an affable host who is obviously very...More
The first week of July, I visitied Cafe New Orleans, 3 times. Having lived in Lafayette, LA & Shreveport, LA........I was skeptical as always upon entering this New Orleans style restaurant. I had the stuffed flounder with crab one night, crab cakes another night and...More
I am on assignment in the Philippines and born and raised in Louisiana. It was great to find a restaurant that made me feel a little at home. Great authentic dishes (and was only able to try 3 of them). Look forward to making many...More
Love this place! Everything fresh and tasty. Must try their yummy Po-boys! And their stuffed lobster with shrimp and crabmeat! Enjoyed it very much! :)
We got our first taste of Cajun food at the New Orleans and we immediately liked it. Ever since we have come back quite a few times to try different dishes, and we were always very satisfied with their quality. And we also enjoy having...More
Every month or two I go to Sabang to meet with clients. The whole way down from manila I am thinking about the Crab Cakes. Upon arrival I will normally have lunch there and on occasion also return for Dinner. My order is usually crab...More