a beautiful setting down a dusty dirt road. Great fresh salads. Unfortunately the service, what little there was, was very slow. 4 people with empty water glasses for 15 minutes. Took an hour to get food and it was not that good and highly overpriced. I had soup and wife had salad. salad was great. soup was gumbo that had a light roux and served with chickpeas (garbanzo beans) instead of rice. Cajun country is mostly rice paddies where they harvest their crawfish. I never heard of chickpeas in a gumbo instead of rice and would never order it again. We come to an area famous for brown trout, cutthroat trout and my favorite whitefish and we end up eating poorly prepared farmed rainbow trout available to every diner or cafe in the country, except our bill for this poorly cooked slimy skinned fish was 199.00 for 4. It was served with a lentil, black bean and corn mixture that was bland. Bread may be homemade. That doesn't equate with good however.
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