Oysters, oysters, oysters! The biggest, mildest oyster I have ever had. This is always our first stop whenever we are in NOLA. Good service and worth the wait on line to get it. Unfortunately not yet crawfish season, we’ll have to come back!
It is more recommended to come to the place to eat once, but it is recommended not to come to this. It is said that the queue is longer than that of tourists. If you drive by yourself, you can go to the official website to see other stores. There are also a few oysters in other locations. It’s almost done. The rice is New Orleans style, some are too idle, some are too sweet, and others are good. You can try it
There are so many people in the line:) They are queuing all the time every day, thinking they must eat
once! It turns out that many blacks like to eat because they are fried...
In fact, it tastes like this... the grilled oysters are really good, the cheese is very strong
There is no scum, but other deep-fried ones are really nonsensical. Recommended seafood
Gumble is just so-so... I feel like I don’t have to line up to go to another house
The opposite side is fine:)
The old oyster shop that has been in business since 1910 has been queuing uninterrupted for dinner. Need to go early to avoid long lines! Each oyster is hand-opened by humans, with a huge and fresh taste. In addition to the classic raw food, garlic barbecued oysters are invincible and delicious! If it is not enough, add a glass of oyster cocktail. You can also find all kinds of New Orleans delicacies in Acme~ Po-boy sandwiches have a wide variety of specialties such as various gumbo.