The food was awesome...recommendations and service by Mark who did an excellent job. We will be back for sure. BTW it was so good we ate dinner there twice in five days.
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Last night I had the smoked and fried oysters. Dear god they were close to heaven. Split two pounds of fresh crawfish boil. For dinner I had the blackened redfish with crab. Absolutely outstanding. Service was excellent. Although I would book reservations.
We stumbled across this restaurant, and food, drinks & services were all great. Crawfish was just in season and everything we ordered was delicious. But what set Gand Isle apart from other restaurants was the cocktails. Their hurricane was the best (none of those artificial...More
We had a great meal and were able to enjoy some local cuisine as well as accommodate dietary needs. Our server Colin was excellent, service was correct and within reasonable wait times. (Speed had been an issue at other restaurants in the area.) we were...More
Had the pleasure of visiting this restaurant on a rainy Sunday afternoon. Jobe was our server/bartender and he was fantastic! I would definitely recommend sitting at the bar if you have the opportunity. Between the food and wonderful conversation, we can’t wait to visit this...More
Great cocktails and an amazing price on raw oysters. Everything we ate was amazing and we went back several times. Staff was beyond friendly.
We both ordered the fried shrimp baskets and enjoyed them immensely. Coating on shrimp was very light and flavorful. Each of us had approx 10 good size shrimp. Service was quick and waiter very friendly.
We had dinner here first and since I'm allergic to shellfish, I had to ask the server,Lisa what I could have. She recommended the Wagyu beef flank steak. I had this with its side minus the oyster sauce and it was delicious. My husband had...More
We stoped in here for a drink and maybe an app. The bartender was friendly but I wish she had been better about wiping down the bar - it had a lot of condensation puddles and a few spots where someone had dropped food. They...More