I was very excited to hear Lola's returned for there 20th year , we have long awaited the return of the Famous Southern Food on the Island . Lola and Paul have really made some outstanding memories for me and my family over the years but I must say this year they have really out done themselves . I was greeted with that Big warm smile from Lola that makes your stomach warm up from the moment you walk in the door . She informed us she Finally found a great chef to continue to grow the cuisine while remaining true to the beloved Lola classics . The new menu looked awesome and we all had many amazing choices to chose from . We started out with the Bang /Bang Shrimp , Lolas Famous to die for Duck gumbo , and the Tarte flambé all of which were outstanding .. the shrimp were heaven sent from some culinary wizard ,we had to order another to share . Entrée selection was just as amazing , we decided on the stuffed lobster , which was insane , the whole crispy Black Sea Bass and the pork embracing pork with fireball apple cider Whiskey Sauce ... it was all unbelievable to say the least . Our server Andre was really helpful and did an outstanding job , he recommended we try the Graceland dessert ..what is this .. he just said ..trust me .. if you like peanut butter bananas and fried waffles you going to be hanging with Elvis in heaven ... two deep fried waffles smothered with peanut butter and bananas topped with ice cream and Carmel sauce and white chocolate chips .. yes its was heaven . It is obvious Kathy ( lola ) and Paul continue to keep the love flowing .. Thanks for all the great memories cant wait to return .. Keep up the great work !!
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.