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Pascal's Manale

1838 Napoleon Ave., New Orleans, LA - (504) 895-4877
Posted By Ragtime on 4/18/2011 5:09:00 PM
Had very sweet raw oysters at their bar for lunch. Much larger and tastier than any oysters that I had in the French Quarter. How do they do it? An oyster is an oyster. Barbeque shrimp was excellent, large and sweet with a hint of heat. The garlicky, peppered pool of shrimp juice is the perfect thing to dip the soft flaky (Leidenheimer?) french bread into. Heaven.

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4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
barbecue shrimp
oysters
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Pascal's Manale's most famous dish, and one copied by Creole chefs in New Orleans and beyond.  It's some work to eat, but wow, is it delicious!
"Pascal's Manale's most famous dish, and one copied by Creole chefs in New Orleans and beyond. It's some work to eat, but wow, is it delicious!"
Michael Stern





An excellent version of the NOLA classic.  And a mini loaf of Leidenheimer bread in customized wrapper.
"An excellent version of the NOLA classic. And a mini loaf of Leidenheimer bread in customized wrapper."
Eric Rubinstein


It's traditional to start a meal with cocktails and a dozen or so freshly-shucked oysters from the raw bar.
"It's traditional to start a meal with cocktails and a dozen or so freshly-shucked oysters from the raw bar."
Michael Stern


The exterior is quiet and muted, but the food made by this kitchen is anything but plain.
"The exterior is quiet and muted, but the food made by this kitchen is anything but plain."
Michael Stern



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