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About Grand Isle Restaurant
Louisiana Fish Camp, serving the freshest Louisiana seafood available along with some southern meat and poultry specialties. Spiced and boiled, fried, sautéed or grilled, the seafood comes from the waters off of Grand Isle Louisiana to your table without touching the freezer. Grand Isle Restaurant will take you back to the days when cold beer, 10 cent oysters and air conditioning were advertised on the windows. Pecky cypress walls will give you that "Fish Camp" feel but Grand Isle has all of the necessities to make your dining experience a Grand one. From a vast selection of great wines to specialty cocktails from the marble bar, Grand Isle Restaurant is a classic New Orleans Restaurant where you will find the locals. Dine in doors or outside on the Fulton St. mall.
New Orleans, LA 70130
Seafood, Creole / Cajun / Southern
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm
Fulton St & Convention Center Blvd
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Pay with OpenTable, Visa
Validated parking in the Harrah’s Casino Parking Garages on Convention Center Blvd.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Grand Isle Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
We waited FOREVER for our food. After seeing tables who were seated after us receive their food, the waiter responded to our first inquiry about the delay that our food was being plated. Ten minutes or more later, still no food. Instead of apologetic, the waiter seemed perturbed by our ensuing inquiries, of which there were at least 2 more before our food arrived. The 3 fish dinners were over cooked and the $30 "Special" entrée was NOT worth the money.
The tourist trade from the convention center must keep them in business, because I can guarantee that no local New Orleanian ever eats there more than once.
Stopped in one afternoon for the Oyster Happy Hour, then returned the following night for dinner. Some of the best oysters and shrimp in NOLA. The service is outstanding, from the hostess, to the bartender to the waiter, and even the owner/manager. The steak for dinner was good. but can't compare to the seafood options. The ambiance is comfortable and casual, but upscale at the same time. I'll definitely return on my next visit.
I had made reservations for 5, but two people from the party were not able to make it. The night still went on though. The food was absolutely delicious, The environment was very nice and the service was fantastic! I will definitely be visiting this restaurant again the next time I am in town!
FOOD: Smoked Fried Oysters were unbelievably good! Crisp on the outside ( perfect ! ) with the smoky flavor indicates a innovative chef with attention to detail..
Raw oysters were very fresh and perfect size. The whole fried Redfish was photo worthy AND delicious. 9-12 count shrimp appetizers were superb.
The Pompano was in a class all by itself and for those who know Gulf Coast fishing,,,, you know how tricky preparing delicate fish can be. Grande Isle delivers a dish will amaze and delight. Taste AND presentation were delivered with equal enthusiasm.
Cocktails were spot on and served quickly on a hot day. Could not ask for better.
Extremely attentive staff were on the ball keeping us supplied with food and drinks without interfering with our evening. Clearly a professional operation.
I have dined at a lot of NOLA's signature restaurants and they fall down badly in relation to Grande Isle in regards to food quality and staff service, especially in regards to quality of dining experience versus money expended.
You cannot go wrong at Grande Isle.
Great drinks and service. The food on the other hand, leaves much to be desired. I had an encrusted snapper with beans that was excellent, but the 3 others dishes we ordered were mediocre at best. Avoid the shrimp and grits at all costs. No flavor. With all the amazing restaurants in New Orleans, don't waste your time here.
I had the alligator wings for an appetizer. It was tasty and novel, loved it. I also had a mangrove snapper sandwich as my entree' It was a very thick piece of fish yet perfectly cooked. The sauce they had to pour over it was perfect. Had a couple of great local and handcrafted beers. Would recommend it to my friends and family.
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