We've been to New Orleans Food & Spirits before, and decided a Sunday afternoon might be a fun time for a return trip. It was!
Abita Amber draft. Great start.
Tasty seafood gumbo. You can tell the server was a bit jittery, as she brought the soup to the table in her hand, rather than on a tray. Remember that, aspiring servers. The gumbo was good, not the best I've ever had, but the roux was thick, not lumpy, and the seasoning level was proper.
Mrs. YatCuisine's Shrimp Remoulade Salad, with the dressing on the side. Grilled shrimp, not too spicy, but not bland, either. Tomato was fresh, and the remoulade, well, it was OK. The earth didn't move. I don't want to convey the impression it was bad, because bad remoulade makes you want to run like Godzilla's down the street. It was OK.
Half a muff. Proper. Delicious. Can't go wrong with good bread and good ingredients. This was so good, I quickly forgot how indifferent I was to wife's salad.
Cheesecake for dessert!
In summary, we'll be back again. The food is good and consistent, albeit not platonic.