8324 Oak St., New Orleans, LA, USA
Jacques-Imo's New Orleans Reviews
Cajun food in New Orleans Apr 26, 2011
Jacques-Imo's food really is good.It's made with more-than-decent ingredients and cooked with genuine local flavors and techniques.
The kitchen is in the middle of the old building. You walk through it to the larger of the two dining rooms, a sort of hut built into what was once a courtyard. A few tables are scattered here and there in the rest of the building. All have a vague Creole voodoo in their decor.
Fried green tomatoes meets Godzilla (a soft-shell crab), or with shrimp remoulade.
Shrimp and grits.
Shrimp and alligator sausage cheesecake.
Eggplant with oyster dressing.
Fried oysters with spicy garlic sauce.
Duck and andouille gumbo.
Stuffed pork chop.
Panneed rabbit with oyster-tasso pasta.
Banana cream pie.
White chocolate bread pudding.
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