When I think of a fine dining experience, my mind goes to Commander's Palace. No one does it better. It's a "must" when visiting New Orleans and I would rank it as one of America's finest restaurants. It's a favorite spot for visiting dignitaries, sports figures and famous personalities. Reservations highly suggested
The restaurant on the edge of Lafayette No. 1 Cemetery is so popular. This house was built in 1893. The houses in the nearby Garden District are almost a hundred years old. The restaurant was a small salon at first, but it has evolved and finally The renovation is 2006. I always think that French cuisine is the result of better publicity. Chinese cuisine, even Italian and Spanish cuisine can throw France a few streets away.
This is a time-honored western restaurant in New Orleans. It is located near a cemetery on Washington Avenue. It is open every day at noon and evening. Noon hours are very short, only two and a half hours, and from 5:30 to 9:30 in the afternoon. Only four hours. There is no distinctive feature from the exterior of this restaurant, but you will find it very high-end when you enter it. In the romantic city of New Orleans, you also need a formal dress to enter this restaurant. It mainly serves French western food and local seafood dishes in New Orleans. The dishes are quite authentic, with good color, fragrance and flavor. The service here is also very good. It is said that there will be jazz music on Saturday and Sunday, but we did not catch up.
It is said to be the most famous and historic high-end restaurant in the local area. My friend is the chef over there, so I took me to taste it. It specializes in French and local New Orleans dishes. To my surprise, there is also turtle soup. The service and environment are super Yes, the dishes are exquisite, but the taste may not be suitable for the Chinese. The average consumption is about US$50. No matter what, I recommend to try it. Next to the restaurant is a cemetery of tourist attractions, because the swamp type of New Orleans is easy to sink. The coffin cemetery is buried on the ground instead of underground. It is also a special recommendation to visit in the local area!
Remember to wear formal clothes, men are at least stand-up collar polo shirts! It feels great, and the atmosphere of service is first-rate, but the cemetery next to it is completely incomprehensible. If you are not interested early, I suggest not to spend time in this attraction.