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02/22/2016
By: michellebryan.lane
Off The Hook
The food is really good, has a really good taste and recipe. Love that they have a drive thru but wish they would change the policy about pick up orders. If you call in an order you should be able to drive thru to pick it up. The prices are pretty good but wish it would be a little more affordable for a family to eat there. Inside is very clean but wish it would be a little more comfortable. cold metal chairs are not so comfortable. Love that they have bread pudding but wish it would be more traditional louisiana bread pudding. Overall I'll keep eating there because of the taste of the food.
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02/12/2016
By: Allen H.
Nancy's Seafood Shack
Awesome food! Can't get any better than Nancy's Seafood nowhere around!....PERIOD! Everytime I go there by myself or with the family, the food is awesome! The service you ask? Top notch! Only place i go to that you are not forgotten...even during a packed house! Want good food? Go to Nancy's Seafood for the best Cajun food in the surrounding area! Prolly the best in the world!
07/13/2015
By: heidi.pontif
Off The Hook
I would give 5 stars but why would a business have a drive thru window if when you call ahead to place your order, you CANNOT pick up at the window. You must go inside. Makes no sense, not very helpful for busy moms and dads.
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03/12/2015
By: Anne B.
Samurai Express
Our phone number is actually 985-262-1715; this is a secondary line that shouldn't be listed as our major line. Not our fault it was listed this way. Please don't use this number - we are trying to resolve the issue!
03/05/2013
By: garnet.glynn
Nancy's Seafood Shack
Nancy's Seafood Shack has the BEST FRESH SALADS. Everything I ate from there has been Excellent. THANKS Nancy for opening on the Eastside.
09/16/2016
By: Dione W.
Emerald Thai Restaurant
I absolutely love this place! It's clean and a great atmosphere. The food is so fresh and delicious.
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