My husband & I went to Natchez for a weekend conference, and dined here not once, but twice...that's how good this place is. We knew it would be a long time until we came back to Natchez, & we wanted to try other things on the menu! The first time, I ordered a grilled shrimp Po-boy that was amazing & affordable. The shrimp was fresh from the gulf (the owner says he only uses fresh) & was the "fluffiest" shrimp I've ever eaten. My husband order the etouffee & said it was amazing as well. The owner is a native of New Orleans, misplaced by Katrina, & his accent & welcoming spirit make you feel as if you just walked in off the streets of NO. On our first visit, we asked him to recommend a dessert, to which he said his bread pudding is the best around, & we believed him, we just ran out of room! So the next day we came back, split a fried shrimp Po-boy (also good, but I think in this case the shrimp is so good, that it's best in a purer grilled form) & enjoyed sharing a bread pudding. Definitely worth it! The only draw back I could see to the restaurant is that there's not a lot of seating/privacy, but if that bothers you, just get the food to go & go eat it by the riverfront!
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