I had lunch a few minutes ago and the chargrilled oysters where good. I also tried the crab fingers which was also good. The bread was freshly baked with butter. I really did enjoy it. So long New Orleans.
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Was walking a lot that day, and thought that quick and late lunch will help go till the evening. This place seemed to be a good one as it had a lot of mixed crowd inside and all seemed to be happy. As I was...More
This place has a decent selection of seafood and they are especially known for their soft-shell crab and charred grilled oysters. I had both for dinner and they were ok but nothing to write home about. This is not a fine dining restaurant. We had...More
After scoping out the block long line at Acme Oyster Bar across the street, we opted to eat at Felix's instead. We were able to get a seat at the back bar fairly quickly. The street music wafted in from Bourbon Street which gave the...More
I love fried shrimp however don’t order that often. Figured I’d give Felix’s Shrimp a try. Best I’ve ever had. Generous amount (8-10?) piled over fries and hush puppies with coleslaw. The shrimp were large and fried to perfect juiciness. Breading has some cornmeal which...More
I've been eating here since I was a teenager, and always try to visit when I'm back in town. I enjoy sitting at the bar and having raw oysters. The oysters are fantastic. The men shucking oysters are always friendly, and often slip in an...More
We were so happy that someone had told us to go to Felix’s if Acme had a lineup. What a great meal! The oysters and blackened shrimp are perfect. Best bread pudding I have ever eaten. We shared an oyster appetizer, a shrimp platter and...More