The food was delicious. The entire family enjoyed what they ordered. The service was pleasant. It is a great place to try real Cajun food.
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Stopped by after a plantation tour, good lunch specials we got there late so we had the bottom of the rice cooker=hard rice. The catfish was great, the prices were very reasonable. Other than that our family from out of town loved the food. As...More
I stopped here for lunch after touring Laura Plantation down the road. Our guide Kati recommended it. I'm glad she did because it was quite a find! It is a rustic place which serves genuine Cajun food. I had seafood gumbo and rice & beans...More
Recommend by the folks in the Laura Plantation gift shop for lunch following our tour. We were glad to have a local restaurant available since the area was a bit isolated. Service was friendly. There were even some musical instruments offered to anyone inclined to...More
We had poorboys (oyster), crawfish stew, alligator sandwich, and seafood gumbo. All pretty good, except I would like real french bread.
Had an hour to kill before our Whitney Plantation tour and this was recommended by staff there. Local area store and restaurant was great. Waitress was super sweet in spite of a busy room. Had red beans and rice with sausage which I would recommend....More
We popped in for a quick lunch between plantation tours. The staff we great, quick and helpful. We had the days special (Shrimp Linguine) that was delicious. Well worth a visit.
Trip Advisor was right again! My family of 6 stopped for a late lunch at B&C after we visited Whitney Plantation on a very hot June day. The single story brick building is unassuming, as is the interior space, but the food & the service...More
Just had lunch here. This place is unprepossessing from both outside and in but full of locals and I know why. Local specialties, all very fresh and served by happy and smiling people. I had a catfish poboy and my partner had the jumbalaya. Both...More