Creole Cafe Llc

★★★★☆
  • 288 Egg Harbor Rd

    Sewell, NJ 08080

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  • 856-582-7222

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Good Cajun food served in a New Orleans atmosphere. I especially like their steak and chicken. A definite if you want to spice up your palate. Coupons available in neighborhood advertiser.

4
★★★★☆

Good Cajun food served in a New Orleans atmosphere. I especially like their steak and chicken. A definite if you want to spice up your palate. Coupons available in neighborhood advertiser.

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If you like a Cajun food with the taste of New Orleans this is the place to go. The decor is all about the New Orleans look. My husband & I come here a lot. They always have coupons for buy one get one free for dinner's & for lunch. It's a different type of meal then you're used too.

5
★★★★★

If you like a Cajun food with the taste of New Orleans this is the place to go. The decor is all about the New Orleans look. My husband & I come here a lot. They always have coupons for buy one get one free for dinner's & for lunch. It's a different type of meal then you're used too.

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Dont waste your money at this place went with wife and kids for the most high priced, poor served bad tasting cajun food we have ever had as a family.
Sorry to say im really mad at the whole dinner, I wish I could get my money back spent 100 dollars for simple food for 2 adults and 2 kids under 7 year of age.
we had mixed revue on the over priced gombo, she hated it, as for me maybe it was the fact I did not eat all day but it was ok, lucky them cheap skates gave me the smallest serving might of been 5 spoonful wich went well with the bread.
Also wife had a bad stomach ache for 2 days
Never will I ever go back to 288 Egg Harbor Rd
Sewell, NJ 08080
DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY

0
★☆☆☆☆

Dont waste your money at this place went with wife and kids for the most high priced, poor served bad tasting cajun food we have ever had as a family.
Sorry to say im really mad at the whole dinner, I wish I could get my money back spent 100 dollars for simple food for 2 adults and 2 kids under 7 year of age.
we had mixed revue on the over priced gombo, she hated it, as for me maybe it was the fact I did not eat all day but it was ok, lucky them cheap skates gave me the smallest serving might of been 5 spoonful wich went well with the bread.
Also wife had a bad stomach ache for 2 days
Never will I ever go back to 288 Egg Harbor Rd
Sewell, NJ 08080
DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY

Pros: bread

Cons: everything else , poor service, atmostfear,crap food, VERY HIGH Priced

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I have been going to Creole Cafe for several years, started going to their old location near Williamstown. My husband and I loved it from the start. Even though is was a 45 minute drive we didn't care. The food and atmosphere were well worth it. We went last night and were very disappointed. The Cajun Popcorn used to be my favorite but it was not good at all.
My dinner, Catfish Imperial, was almost not worth eating. The service has gone done hill. I first ate the Chef/Owner's cooking in Eddystone, PA, when he was Chef for New Orleans Cafe. I know he can create delicious foods because I have been eating his food for ten years. I went as far as asking our server if maybe they had a different chef cooking, I voiced my concerns and she ignored them. I hope they read these reviews and make the necessary changed to bring back the real Creole Cafe!

2
★★☆☆☆

I have been going to Creole Cafe for several years, started going to their old location near Williamstown. My husband and I loved it from the start. Even though is was a 45 minute drive we didn't care. The food and atmosphere were well worth it. We went last night and were very disappointed. The Cajun Popcorn used to be my favorite but it was not good at all.
My dinner, Catfish Imperial, was almost not worth eating. The service has gone done hill. I first ate the Chef/Owner's cooking in Eddystone, PA, when he was Chef for New Orleans Cafe. I know he can create delicious foods because I have been eating his food for ten years. I went as far as asking our server if maybe they had a different chef cooking, I voiced my concerns and she ignored them. I hope they read these reviews and make the necessary changed to bring back the real Creole Cafe!

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Very good and different. Lunch is perfect here. A unique place to eat. They have wonderful seafood gumbos and also blackened fish dishes. Oh and their jambalaya is great.

4
★★★★☆

Very good and different. Lunch is perfect here. A unique place to eat. They have wonderful seafood gumbos and also blackened fish dishes. Oh and their jambalaya is great.

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My boyfriend and I have been to the Creole Cafe 4 times now. It is one of our favorite places. I was never a big fan of Cajun/Creole food until we ate here. I've had the real thing in New Orleans and I must say this place is pretty authentic. Variety is definitely the spice of life at this establishment. There are really no simple dishes on the menu so meat-and-potato eaters beware. Pretty much everything is served/ smothered with some gumbo/jambalaya-like creation and highly seasoned as you would expect with Cajun cuisine. The number of appetizer selections is the most I've ever seen. Last night we tried fried alligator which was yummy. There is always a nice selection of daily appetizer/entree specials as well. I highly recommend the mashed sweet potatoes as a complement to any entree; they are truly decadent. One warning - make sure you clarify with the server how you'd like your meat done. I said Medium for the Filet Tenderloins au Poivre special I ordered (which by the way the brandy cream sauce it was served was delicious) and it came out more Medium Rare. Other than that, from the sweet garlicky butter they serve with the bread, to the dessert, the food here is delicious. The Creole Cafe is a rare find in South Jersey. Anyone who likes Creole/Cajun cuisine or has always wanted to try it should definitely make a reservation today.

2
★★★★☆

My boyfriend and I have been to the Creole Cafe 4 times now. It is one of our favorite places. I was never a big fan of Cajun/Creole food until we ate here. I've had the real thing in New Orleans and I must say this place is pretty authentic. Variety is definitely the spice of life at this establishment. There are really no simple dishes on the menu so meat-and-potato eaters beware. Pretty much everything is served/ smothered with some gumbo/jambalaya-like creation and highly seasoned as you would expect with Cajun cuisine. The number of appetizer selections is the most I've ever seen. Last night we tried fried alligator which was yummy. There is always a nice selection of daily appetizer/entree specials as well. I highly recommend the mashed sweet potatoes as a complement to any entree; they are truly decadent. One warning - make sure you clarify with the server how you'd like your meat done. I said Medium for the Filet Tenderloins au Poivre special I ordered (which by the way the brandy cream sauce it was served was delicious) and it came out more Medium Rare. Other than that, from the sweet garlicky butter they serve with the bread, to the dessert, the food here is delicious. The Creole Cafe is a rare find in South Jersey. Anyone who likes Creole/Cajun cuisine or has always wanted to try it should definitely make a reservation today.

Pros: variety of menu selections, authentic Cajun/Creole cuisine, rare find in South Jersey

Cons: meat preparation

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We visit Creole Cafe on a regular basis and love it. Anyone that says that this in not authentic creole food is simply mistaken. We have taken friends who vacation in New Orleans every year and they say it is the closest thing to real creole you can get without actually traveling there.
Try the Bananas Foster, it's to die for!

2
★★★★★

We visit Creole Cafe on a regular basis and love it. Anyone that says that this in not authentic creole food is simply mistaken. We have taken friends who vacation in New Orleans every year and they say it is the closest thing to real creole you can get without actually traveling there.
Try the Bananas Foster, it's to die for!

Pros: Plenty of parking, awesome food, great desserts

Cons: None

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Excellent BYOB for lunch or dinner. Hearty soups and salads, excellent creole dishes. Reservations a must.

2
★★★★★

Excellent BYOB for lunch or dinner. Hearty soups and salads, excellent creole dishes. Reservations a must.

Pros: Excellent creole food

Cons: None

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This is not Creole food. It is a poor interpretation of it. I ordered the chicken gumbo, a staple in Louisiana and it tasted like chili! I was horrified because gumbo is very easy to make. It wasn't even edible as a soup - which by the way it is a soup, not a thick saucy paste. The ribs were edible but the sides were something reheated in the microwave. Granted it was a slow night and my companion and I were the only one's there but that shouldn't mean old food. It was overpriced, the equivalent of fine dining with nothing fine about it. Take it from an uprooted Cajun living in NJ don't bother eating here.

0
★☆☆☆☆

This is not Creole food. It is a poor interpretation of it. I ordered the chicken gumbo, a staple in Louisiana and it tasted like chili! I was horrified because gumbo is very easy to make. It wasn't even edible as a soup - which by the way it is a soup, not a thick saucy paste. The ribs were edible but the sides were something reheated in the microwave. Granted it was a slow night and my companion and I were the only one's there but that shouldn't mean old food. It was overpriced, the equivalent of fine dining with nothing fine about it. Take it from an uprooted Cajun living in NJ don't bother eating here.

Pros: good desert

Cons: over priced, not Creole, terrible food

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My boyfriend and I loved this place. It was recommended by a few of our friends. The food was amazing. I had the Filet Cappy. Everything was fresh. The atmosphere was pretty close to New Orleans believe it or not. It was better than a lot of the food we had in New Orleans (except Restaurant 201, YUM). I would highly recommend it.

2
★★★★★

My boyfriend and I loved this place. It was recommended by a few of our friends. The food was amazing. I had the Filet Cappy. Everything was fresh. The atmosphere was pretty close to New Orleans believe it or not. It was better than a lot of the food we had in New Orleans (except Restaurant 201, YUM). I would highly recommend it.

Pros: Food, Food Portions, Price

Cons: service a little slow, Reservations needed!, Distance

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I would recommend this restaurant to anyone that enjoys the somewhat eclectic taste of New Orleans food. The ambiance is especially well done and the service is excellent. Having eaten gourmet dinners in New York, Los Angeles, Paris and London, I believe that I am well qualified to make this assessment and recommendation. I laughed upon reading the other review, "No Way Creole Cafe". I can only venture a guess, that the writer is a competing restaurant.

2
★★★★☆

I would recommend this restaurant to anyone that enjoys the somewhat eclectic taste of New Orleans food. The ambiance is especially well done and the service is excellent. Having eaten gourmet dinners in New York, Los Angeles, Paris and London, I believe that I am well qualified to make this assessment and recommendation. I laughed upon reading the other review, "No Way Creole Cafe". I can only venture a guess, that the writer is a competing restaurant.

 

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