Good food!!! I just hate the wait sometimes but yet so worth it. There shrimp oh la la is my favorite. Its so bad for you but so so good.
By chance I stumbled upon this place while shopping in downtown acworth- WOW! I loved everything- the food, the atmosphere, & even met the chef!
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I did not know anything about Louisiana food before meeting Henry. It is a great honor to have him in Acworth. Iíve been to Louisiana and I can say that I donít have to go there to get their food. Henry has it here. Try the Ooh La La and youíll be a fan. Great steaks as well. Something for everyone. www.chefhenrys.com/
Posted: 8/26/2010 • Link to this review
Being from LA I have been disappointed many times going out to eat at a so called Cajun restaurant to find the food not cooked or spiced the way we do it in Louisiana. This place is not one of those places. The food is spiced just the way we do it at home, so if you cannot handle spices you may want to go somewhere else. The seafood is transported in fresh directly from LA so it may be a little more expensive than a place that gets their food in frozen, but the difference is well worth the extra couple of dollars you will spend! The atmosphere is great, just like going out to eat in LA! Thank you Henry for not skimping on a thing, and staying true to your LA roots!
Posted: 6/01/2009 • Link to this review
Have been several times, Great draft beers and corn bread, but the fried food just isn't as good as it used to be lately, it taste diffferent. The oh la la starts out good, but soon turns out to get soggy as it cools. The portions were always small for the price, but sometimes the taste can be so good you tolerate it.
Posted: 5/21/2009 • Last edited: 12/04/2009 • Link to this review
Been hearing about Henry's for 2+ years & finally went. Server was very friendly and competent; food okay, though a bit spicy for my taste (I know it's a cajun place). Salad uninspired, mostly lettuce & a few grape tomatoes. O-rings good; au-gratin pretty good, Ooh-la-la, started good, but wife felt overwhelmed by the heavy sauce before finishing (& that was the 1/2 portion). They sat the two of us promptly, but at a long booth of FOUR tables. Just b4 food arrived, they sat a big group at the other end, which made it seem we were almost eating w/ them and the closest lady had heavy perfume. We might try it again sometime, but not right away.
Posted: 2/20/2009 • Last edited: 3/24/2009 • Link to this review
Super Cajun cooking, prompt attentive service, and genuine Blues guitar on Tuesday evenings. Great place to take out-of-town guests. A real treasure of a restaurant. Great selection of Abita beers on draught, also!
Posted: 1/20/2009 • Last edited: 1/27/2009 • Link to this review
I'm a real foodie and decided to try as many small, out of the way restaurants as possible. I was pleasantly surprised by the Louisiana style food served at Henry's in little downtown Acworth. My server was exceptional. She made excellent recommendations, and kept me entertained while I ate. Both food and prices were in-line with what you would expect to pay in a downtown location. Which I must say, gave me the chance to window shop.
Posted: 10/15/2008 • Link to this review
We tried Henry's today for lunch for the first time. The cornbread was FANTASTIC the fondue just the right spice. The Jambalaya had just the right spice and the Salad with grilled shrimp was right on. Would totally recommend! I disagree with the people who said this restaurant was pricey. The most expensive thing on the menu is 18.95 and that is for a seafood platter.
Posted: 8/02/2008 • Link to this review