One of my favorite restaurants! Very authentic and as good as anything I've had in New Orleans. Love the oyster po boy. Great place for lunch.
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I do not like spicy or Cajun food and was invited to try this place by a friend. It had a very interesting menu. I told the waiter i didn't like spicy foods so he helped me find something that could be made bland but...More
Rice, gumbo, jambalaya. These are filling foods and when they taste as good as they do here big appetites are best. If you haven't been yet I suggest ordering the sampler plate appetizer for the table. That will give you the chance to try 4...More
My wife and i went with another couple. Friday night around 6:00pm. We were seated immediately. Literally the BEST cajun food I've had. My wife ordered the fried catfish. I ordered the 'Who Dat' Po Boy and cajun collard greens. Sandwich was amazing. Best collard...More
Discovered Fat Tuesday on a business trip and was so glad I did! Fried pickles, Cajun green beans, and jambalya. All fantastic! Interior is bright and festive, staff is helpful. Outside isn't much to look at but its what's inside that counts!
Best Cajun I have had since visiting New Orleans. I understand they've been here seven years, and somehow this is the first time I've been to Fat Tuesday. It is a little hole-in-the-wall for sure, but the food was out-of-this-world delicious. The owners Steven and...More
If you like home cooked Cajun food.... Fat Tuesday is a great place.... We started with the combo appetizers... Fabulous gumbo..and beans...and Etouffee..... Had the Catfish smothered with Etouffee and rice and the Breaded Catfish with Cajun fries... The catfish wasn't really breaded.... more of...More
Went to dinner with my mom, aunt, and my sister met us there. I got some complaints from my mom and aunt on the choice until we started eating! Knew i had made a great choice before that but the server truly perfected the evening!...More