Kenny D's New Orleans Cuisine

★☆☆☆☆
  • 2964 Scenic Gulf Dr

    Destin, FL 32550

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  • 850-650-0755

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While sitting in my friend's fabulous condo, we were about to order another meal from the very satisfying restaurant downstairs. However, I had the genius idea, or what turned out to be a non-so-genious idea to look for New Orleans restaurants near the condo. After a quick search I found that an authentic cajun restaurant, Kenny D's, was just right down the street and quickly ordered several entrees for everyone. When we pulled up the "restaurant" I felt as if we had just rolled up on some trailer in the back woods of Louisiana, authenticity accomplished. We went in to pick up our order and it was not yet ready. We were then told to go anywhere in the restaurant we wanted to wait for it to be prepared. We first moved to the bar area, if you can call it that, and watched the Ohio State/USC game on a 10" tv from 1980, again, authenticity accomplished. We then walked to the other side of the restaurant, approximately 15 feet away, to see if there was a better tv. Indeed there were two more luxurious 13" rca tvs which made me feel as if I was watching the game under water. My friend then pointed out that what later turned out to be a tranny (transvestite) sitting at a table with a red dress. I quickly dispelled this notion, but decided to have an ill-fated look for myself. Upon futher review, indeed it was the hairiest "woman" I had ever seen and quickly realized that it was infact a "Shim." Again, authentic Louisiana. Mercifully, our food was ready and we quickly made tracks back to the condo. When we arrived home and anxiously opened up our meals, what we discovered was a mess that even the largest amount of anti-dirrehea could not even touch. The Muffaletta was a disgrace to central grocery and tasted as if it had been sitting out for hours. The "cajun" popcorn shrimp was nothing more than regular popcorn shrimp with a side container of "cajun" sauce which burned my intestines on the way down. Seriously, this sauce had me contemplating jumping off the balcony. Now comes the real entertainment. The red beans a rice was the most disasterous meal ever created. There was a WHOLE LEAF sitting in the red beans. THIS MEAL WAS MADE OUTSIDE! Further, the beans a sausage was a complete mess. I had already gotten my fair share of sausage and the restuarant via the "shim" in the red dress, so this serving was over the top. The only thing else I can say about this restaurant is that if this is what "authentic New Orleans" is supposed to be, then god forbid I ever go to New Orleans to get an entire city of this filth. Do not eat here unless you enjoy sitting on the toilet all night and praying for death. Also, don't forget to factor in the price of a tetinus shot and stomach pump with the price of your meal. Here is authentic for you, Kenny D's, Geaux away!

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While sitting in my friend's fabulous condo, we were about to order another meal from the very satisfying restaurant downstairs. However, I had the genius idea, or what turned out to be a non-so-genious idea to look for New Orleans restaurants near the condo. After a quick search I found that an authentic cajun restaurant, Kenny D's, was just right down the street and quickly ordered several entrees for everyone. When we pulled up the "restaurant" I felt as if we had just rolled up on some trailer in the back woods of Louisiana, authenticity accomplished. We went in to pick up our order and it was not yet ready. We were then told to go anywhere in the restaurant we wanted to wait for it to be prepared. We first moved to the bar area, if you can call it that, and watched the Ohio State/USC game on a 10" tv from 1980, again, authenticity accomplished. We then walked to the other side of the restaurant, approximately 15 feet away, to see if there was a better tv. Indeed there were two more luxurious 13" rca tvs which made me feel as if I was watching the game under water. My friend then pointed out that what later turned out to be a tranny (transvestite) sitting at a table with a red dress. I quickly dispelled this notion, but decided to have an ill-fated look for myself. Upon futher review, indeed it was the hairiest "woman" I had ever seen and quickly realized that it was infact a "Shim." Again, authentic Louisiana. Mercifully, our food was ready and we quickly made tracks back to the condo. When we arrived home and anxiously opened up our meals, what we discovered was a mess that even the largest amount of anti-dirrehea could not even touch. The Muffaletta was a disgrace to central grocery and tasted as if it had been sitting out for hours. The "cajun" popcorn shrimp was nothing more than regular popcorn shrimp with a side container of "cajun" sauce which burned my intestines on the way down. Seriously, this sauce had me contemplating jumping off the balcony. Now comes the real entertainment. The red beans a rice was the most disasterous meal ever created. There was a WHOLE LEAF sitting in the red beans. THIS MEAL WAS MADE OUTSIDE! Further, the beans a sausage was a complete mess. I had already gotten my fair share of sausage and the restuarant via the "shim" in the red dress, so this serving was over the top. The only thing else I can say about this restaurant is that if this is what "authentic New Orleans" is supposed to be, then god forbid I ever go to New Orleans to get an entire city of this filth. Do not eat here unless you enjoy sitting on the toilet all night and praying for death. Also, don't forget to factor in the price of a tetinus shot and stomach pump with the price of your meal. Here is authentic for you, Kenny D's, Geaux away!

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