It is always pretty busy in Pappadeaux. The food was delicious! The service was fast. The to go water was friendly. He even gave me a sweet tea while we waited.
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My hotel was actually next to one that's opening, so I looked up reviews on it to see if it was good. I checked out the extensive menu and thought, alright, let's get some food from here. The first thing that caught my eye was the frog legs - definitely getting those. Next, I saw shrimp and grits - yup,... More
We have eaten at MANY restaurants, and are very particular when choosing our next visit. As we are from Louisiana, we decided to give Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen a try during our a vacation, since seafood is our native at home. Upon entry, we were greeted immediately, however the hostess had very little personality. He should not be the first impression... More
Brought 7 people for dinner after a meeting. It was extremely busy but Gloria R. did a phenomenal job taking care of us. She always checked back in a timely manner and made sure we were all taken care of. Great job Gloria!
This was my first time at this popular seafood restaurant and the food blew me away!! I had the Chilean Bass fish, and although it is pricy, it was totally worth it!! Their dirty rice is one of a kind (sooo good) and their crab fingers were exquisite! The amount of food was more than average and even their margarita... More
This is a chain restaurant, but you would not always know it by the great food and atmosphere. I still maintain you can't find New Orleans Cajun food outside of New Orleans that can compare, but Pappadeaux's sure comes close. Even the decor reminded me of a French Quarter restaurant. I have always liked the french bread in New Orleans... More
I eat with Pappadeaux restaurants pretty darned often, mostly in the DFW area, but sometimes in other Texas cities. I had a senior with me who is mobility challenged and family for a party of five. The city was full of tourists on Friday Nov 04 such that every hotel room was sold out. It only made sense to call... More
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