friendly staff, average food, not spicy at all for cajun, we would go back again...drinks were poured generously...
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Not sure how we found such amazing jumbalaya in the middle of Savannah, but so happy we did! We had the samplers to try a little of everything and it was all so delicious. Plus, the beer is cheap and they offer live music in...More
Look up while walking and you will catch this place (otherwise you might miss it). There wasn't a wait like most places along the path. The food was surprisingly delicious, the service was friendly / helpful, and we had a great lunch. Highly recommend it!
I developed my taste for seafood while growing up in Bayou county of South Louisiana. I hope this doesn't come out too harsh but I didn't care for the food. My first taste of shrimp and grits was at Mr. B's Bistro in New Orleans...More
Six travelers looking for a place to eat lunch and we came upon the Bayou Café. The place had super atmosphere and the service was awesome. We all tried a little bit of everything on the menu. We were happily pleased with our choices. One...More
We had a blast here on Friday night listening to the live music and having a couple drinks. The Ben Keiser Trio was a really great bluesy band and played a mix of music. All the staff in the bar were friendly and were attentive...More
The food was good. We ordered lemon pepper wings, the crab claws dipped in a special sauce, and gumbo. We were in town during Octoberfest, so that may have impacted the speed of service. There's a bar and it looks more pub-like inside. There were...More
Located on River Street, the Bayou Cafe offers a small but varied menu for lunch/dinner in a small bar & grill atmosphere. The boiled and fried shrimp baskets we had were good. Came back at night after ghost tour for cold beer & live southern...More