I can only speak for the Shrimp and Grits because it is the only thing I order. Why? Because it is the best I've ever had. I love that it's cheese grits and not spicy. Some people love spice. I'm not among them. The service...More
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Go here to get the best oysters in NOLA without having to wait in long lines. The are shucked fresh as you order and priced better than most tourist traps. If the soft shell crab is offered do NOT pass it up. Best kept secret...More
We had a delicious dinner here. Their oysters appetizer was amazing! We also enjoyed their fried catfish. It was moist and tasty.
This was our 2nd trip to Grand Isle, 5 yrs apart and it is still an awesome place to eat! The staff is friendly and courteous, our server Christina was excellent and the food, amazing! My wife had the shrimp and grits, was the first...More
During Jazz Fest and a tech conf. we got a res. - we decided to eat at the bar. First, these might be the best oysters I've ever eaten. Next, the fish soup was off the hook! Unpretentious, looks like it would be kind of...More
I have been to the Grand Isle several times and the food has always been good. Everything I have ever tried tasted fresh like it was straight from the Gulf and not frozen. On my recent visit I had the fried crawfish which were perfectly...More
We loved it. I received a gift card, so decided to use it. The drinks were creative and the food was fabulous! We really liked our personable server and will definitely go back.
Dropped in to the Grand Isle Restaurant for a bite to eat and enjoyed the 'Shrimp n Grits', a 'Captain's Salad', a 'Fish Sandwich', and two cups of coffee. This was a first visit to this restaurant and will definitely put it on our must-visit-again...More
This was the first restaurant my wife and I stopped at as we arrived to NOLA! It was evening, fantastic romantic setting as we walked down Fulton Street. We peaked in and saw a nice rustic ambiance of hardwood floors with an elegant stone top...More
Every time we visit NO, we make several stops into Grand Isle. We've eaten at all the local 'must eat' places and none of them compare to this restaurant. In fact, if it wasn't for this place, we probably wouldn't return to New Orleans! The...More