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The Hungry Nomad: Put on a bib and get dirty at Mr. B's Bistro (New Orleans)

January 24, 2011

Put on a bib and get dirty at Mr. B's Bistro (New Orleans)

Mr. B's Bistro:  201 ROYAL STREET | NEW ORLEANS, LA | 70130 504.523.2078

This is one of our favourite restaurants in the French Quarter. The chic setting and cozy atmosphere make for a great dinner out. Upon entering the restaurant through the revolving door you get a feeling that you've stepped through a machine back in time. Everything from the decor, the servers and the experience could be straight out of a turn of the century movie.  

Each time we have gone to this restaurant there has been a wait...but its never a problem since many come just for the bar where you can have yourself a bloody mary, mint julip or a sazerac while you wait for your table. The restaurant serves contemporary Creole cuisine in a warm relaxed atmosphere. Signature dishes include Gumbo Ya Ya, Barbequed Shrimp, and Bread Pudding with Irish Whiskey Sauce (see menu). The service is amazing- the waiters always happy and welcoming. If you happen to have the Barbeque shrimp (which is really a must if you go to this restaurant) they even go so far as to put on your bib for you (needed to peel the shrimp), bring you hot towels and lemon and continuous servings of fresh out of the oven french bread, which ofcourse you proceed to dip in the bbq shrimp sauce (probably the best part of the meal). The gumbo ya ya is also a must- definitely one of the best I have had since my time in New Orleans...and I have had ALOT of Gumbo. Finishing off with a plate of desert you really can't go wrong with anything on the menu: my favorites- the profiteroles (a french dessert consisting of light fluffy dough filled with vanilla ice-cream and topped with dark chocolate sauce (TO DIE FOR), if you want something more New Orleans in flavor then try the home made breadpudding. You will not be dissapointed. Not with the dessert. Not with your meal. And definitely not with the service you receive at this charming restaurant in the quarter. 



Famous Mr. B's BBQ Shrimp

Clean bib before 
getting dirty in the dirty south


Gumbo ya ya


Delicious Bread Pudding with whiskey sauce

Crabcakes



Fried Oysters

Mr. B's Bistro on Urbanspoon

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1 Comments:

At January 25, 2011 , Blogger Sabrina said...

beautiful photos!

 

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