La Louisiane on Sherbrooke: Yay or Nay?
In the mood for Cajun as I never tried it. Heard about this restaurant but wondering if it's worth the shot.
I'm famished but don't want to make any hasty decisions lol
I haven't been in over three years, but I stopped going because the food kept getting worse. It's also really expensive.
It used to be a pretty good place, but I feel that it became complacent, relying on habitual customers.
I haven't been there in years.
I'm thinking its hit or miss nowadays, perhaps not solidly "horrible", but again, this is conjecture.
We ate at Mardi Gras a coupla months ago with high hopes (the cook working that night was a very bored Chef Micheal, the guy who started La Luisianne, then sold it to a waiter there), but it was really dumbed down (Mrs porker compared it to a beefed up box of Zatarains....)
I'm afraid your Cajun options are very limited here.