4.5 based on 65 reviews
Clean, bright, well run. Donuts are warm because their under incandescent lights, not because they're hot out of the grease. Asked for Old Fashion and got plain cake. Best in town but down the list in travels around 30 state on this trip.
4.5 based on 291 reviews
We had stopped here 2 years ago on a food tour. We decided to come back to visit the area for a couple of days to see some of the historical homes here. Food is good and plentiful. Rustic and very casual place with friendly service. Would recommend stopping in if your looking for some really good local food.
5 based on 12 reviews
We have been customers of Guidry's for years. From baptisms, birthdays, and other special events always includes a Guidry's cake. They go beyond to help with the special events.
4.5 based on 121 reviews
Jane's Seafood has been established since 1991 and is still continuing to grow year after year. Serving our dedicated and loyal customers the freshest seafood and top service is our number 1 priority. We are located on the corner of Jane St and Landry Dr. in New Iberia, LA. What is so unique about Jane's Seafood is that not only seafood is served, but we have many variety of Chinese dishes as well. Well known for our Fried Rice! When it comes down to seafood, our Boiled Crabs, Crawfish, & Shrimp CAN NOT be beat! Give us a try!
Jane's has several options from fired seafood to chinese food to my actual favorite, boiled seafood. Their seasoning is spot on and the crawfish are washed and clean prior to boiling. They are closed on Mondays and typically pretty packed on just about every other night starting at 6PM on. The staff is friendly and pretty efficient. Come early and come hungry.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Haven't been to New Iberia in several years but remembered the Kolaches from last trip.Since then we tried them at 2 different places in Los Vegas and 2 in Florida. None were as good as we got here. We also like the apple fritters. Neither my wife or I care for donuts but we went out of our way (we are staying in Henderson) to get kolaches and we were not disappointed. The only time we were ever unhappy is when we forgot to say anything and they put them in the microwave. Our mistake and we never made it again as microwaves destroy anything containing dough and makes it dry and tough. Once again great kolaches and very good apple fritters and well worth the trip.
4.5 based on 145 reviews
Not crowded during lunch on this day; waitress helpful and attentive; starting with delicious mimosas, warm bread rolls and nice variety of lunch menu selections; enjoyed a chicken dish with gravy over rice, and shared po-boy sandwich, and dessert of key lime pie and coffee! Delicious meal, and wanted to try all of the other dishes as well!
4.5 based on 9 reviews
We went on a Monday since the "other" local donut place was closed. The donuts we ordered were warm, fresh and delicious. The service was friendly and polite Highly recommended!
4.5 based on 138 reviews
My wife & I went to lunch on Sunday. Great experience dining there at Victors. Down home cooking with a variety of choices. Prices were very reasonable and food was great. Highly recommend this restaurant , located in downtown New Iberia, La. on Main Street.
4 based on 198 reviews
Went with friends for lunch. We had the Thursday lunch special. Red beans & rice and fried chicken with dinner roll & tea. Awesome as usual. If you’re driving through New Iberia, La. , stop in for lunch or supper. Great variety of food to choose from.
4.5 based on 155 reviews
We are a locally owned family restaurant since 1981. We have just open in a new location just across highway 90. We have been serving Boiled, Fried & Grilled Seafood for 34 years. We are also serving homemade Hamburger Steaks, poboys, chicken, and our signature dishes such as our famous Catfish along the Teche and so much more. Locals are happy we kept the same floor plan, although we do have a Mini Bar to fix mix drinks and serve wine.
Tried this on the recommendation of the front desk lady at our hotel. Are we glad we did! Started our meal with homemade onion rings, fried crab claws and firecracker shrimp! All were first rate! Our table ordered 2 fried seafood platters which had so many different items that I can't possibly name all of them... but were reportedly delicious! My friend and I had the crawfish etoufee topped catfish filets, one grilled, one fried and it was amazing! The potato salad was a little bland but otherwise no complaints at all! We were introduced to Cajun Power Garlic Sauce that was on every table and we did not leave the state of Louisiana without purchasing enough to last us until our next visit! Kim was great and the Owner's wife was super nice and friendly. Like a lot of businesses in this part of the country, the lay off of oil workers has affected the economy and their business. I sure would love to see this place keep their doors open!
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