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Jacque's Imos Catering
8324 Oak St
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Jacque's Imos Catering
Jacque's Imos Catering : Caterers, New Orleans, LA
by inkspotz at Citysearch
Louisiana food without the tourists
OK, so I am one of the tourists, but the bartender at Phillip's Bar was kind enough to let us in on the ""secret"" of Jacques-Imo's. We showed up on a Thursday night, and it was packed, but they were very accomodating with a handicapped member of our party. Although most of the tables were not accessible, they reserved one of the front tables in the window for us. I had the stuffed catfish, which was very good. Portion sizes are over the top. Others in our group had the fried chicken, and were wowed by it. Our favorite was the coconut bread pudding with caramel sauce. We were on a bread pudding binge, and this was one of the best we tasted in N.O. We even drove back out the next night to get an order of it to go. Our waitress was very personable, and offered the right level of attentiveness. Definitely a place I'll stop back at when in N.O.
by sroberts784 at Citysearch
an NO staple
If you're in the city, you have to get down here. It's a New Orleans tradition, you can find anyone who's anyone in here. The food is great and well its typical New Orleans service so be patient.
by bigmike2006 at Citysearch
Looks Sketchy but was well worth the trip,, A new must do on all our New Orleans trips
I found this place on Rachel Ray and it was given a good review. I did some more research here on this forum and it all sounded like something that we would try. I lined out all our eating destinations for the weekend including Jacque-Imo and K-Paul's.\r\rWe actually had a standoff in the car as to the initial looks and location of the place but the occasional Porsche, Ferarri, and Mercedes passing us and parked nearby lent us some gumption to head on in. We entered a few minutes after opening and there were a few groups already seated.\r\rThe wife was a bit apprehensive with the general decor and such. The wait staff was very bohemian, no make up and all wearing sleeveless ""wife beaters"", this was no indication of the level of attention and service they would provide, Superb Service to say the least.\r\rThe wife had a fly go into her drink and had ot swap for a new one, that was the only downfall of the meal and it was prior to any food arriving, she was still not convinced.\r\rWe had the Fried Green Tomatos that were served with a few grilled shrimp and it was fantastic. They were served on a bed of lettuce and it had a great dressing. Our dinners had a spinach salad but with a different dressing, we would have preferred the dressing we had on the tomato salad. \r\rThe wife had the Chicken Pontalba and I had the Stuffed Pork Chop (Hamburger & Shrimp stuffing) and these were both great meals, perfect in every way, served piping hot and dressed to perfection. All meals have two sides as well, the meal was very filling and we are big eaters.\r\rGet there early, don't worry about the location or looks of the place, it is well worth the trip.\r\rThe desserts were great, a little small but just perfect for after the meal. Try the Lemon Tart.\r\r\r
by storm13 at Citysearch
One of New Orleans best!
A few years ago, this was just a local haunt known to mostly people living uptown. But it's hard to keep a great restaurant like this a secret for long! The food is wonderful and exciting. My favorites are the alligator cheesecake and the delicious Carpetbagger steak. The desserts are out of this world (try the key lime pie!) and the funky New Orleans cajun ambiance makes the entire meal a unique experience. Try to get a seat in the main dining area behind the kitchen. The atmosphere back there is the best. Jack, the owner can usually be found wandering around greeting his guests. You'll spot him right away since he usually will be wearing a chefs coat (sometimes a chefs hat too) and shorts! If you are in New Orleans, take the time to head uptown to Oak street and dine at Jaques-Imosyou won't regret it!...
by tschorer at Citysearch
Really really great, worth the trip
The concierge at our hotel didn't sound so sure when she recommended the place, gave us directions and told us to ""get there early or wait a looooong time"". Found the place right at dusk on a rather sketchy street and we were kind of bemused. We walked into the bar and it was empty! They walked us through the kitchen to the dining room..packed!The food is simply incredible, fresh, hot and plenty of it! Everything was deliscious and the service was excellent.When it came time for us to gothe bar was mobbed, the wait was well over an hour! go early!...
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