We strolled down the street from our hotel, saw The Star Steak and Lobster House, and decided to go in for some dinner.
It was a small restaurant with red walls, mood lighting, and lots of framed photographs of old time actors and actresses. We quickly checked out the menu and decided to order.
First a loaf of complimentary Parmesan bread came out. Nothing is more delicious than warm, buttery, bread when you’re hungry. I’m pretty certain I’ve said it before on my blog but… you know it’s true HAHAHAH. We were both so hungry but tried really hard not to inhale the whole thing.
Louisiana Crabcake – Perfectly cooked crab cakes topped with a crawfish cream sauce.
Look at how flakey the crab was. Delicious.
The Redfish “Amer” – Sauteed Redfish topped with a crawfish mushroom cream sauce with a side of creamed spinach.
Blackened Ribeye ” Chelsea” – 12oz Ribeye seasoned and seared New Orleans style with a loaded baked potato on the side.
Overall the food was pretty delicious. The only thing we would should have skipped was the loaded potato. There was nothing really special about it, especially compared to the delicious crab cake. Service was nice and the bar looked like it could get very busy on the weekends.
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