Saturday, December 5, 2009

St. George Parish Grill

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A few friends and I stopped by the St. George Parish Grill this afternoon for brunch.
This Cajun/Creole themed restaurant, located at 100 Stuyvesant Place, has been opened for several months now.  A stripped down, diner style restaurant adorned with southern license plates and jazz gently playing in the background.
Our waitress was very pleasant and attended to all of our needs.
The brunch on Saturdays are served from 11am - 4pm and costs $11 for 4 courses.
We started with coffee and OJ served with delicious beignets, spicy cornbread and crunchy biscuits.
The Crawdaddy Cigars dipped in a fiery orange BBQ sauce were scrumptious.
Pea Soup was tasty but the Gumbo was less than perfect.  Did not have the classic Gumbo flavors I am used to.  
Cajun Scramble (eggs, Andouille sausage, peppers and onions) were a little runny.  They were served alongside crispy home fries.
The Short Rib Po Boy was okay but did not have the classic mayo, lettuce, tomato and pickles that are traditionally topped on the sandwich.
Mac and Cheese with tomato slices was delicious.
The Pulled Pork Po Boy was cooked to perfection.
The brunch ended with a bowl of fresh fruit.  
Overall it was a good experience.  The food was unbelievably inexpensive!
Well worth the price!
Check it out!
St. George Parish Grill

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the words of encouragement, I'll pass them along to the chef/owner Dennis as well as your mentions of what could be improved. The place has been open only for a few months and he is still fine tuning it.