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Cafe Maspero

Cafe Maspero

Cajun / Creole Restaurant and Café$$$$
French Quarter, New Orleans
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6.8/10
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  • Karen J.
    "Try the oyster po boy, seafood plate, red beans and rice."(3 Tips)
    Marc P.
    "My mom loved her $1 Strawberry Daiquiri."(8 Tips)
    Emmanuel H.
    "One of my favorite Po Boys in the city."(3 Tips)
    Rachael M.
    "The French Onion Soup is to die for!"(4 Tips)
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  • Mike P.
    The wife got the shrimp po'boy and she really liked it. Plenty of shrimp and the bread was soft and fresh. She would eat this again.
  • Mirella B.
    Mirella BroylesAugust 5, 2015
    Place is by Jackson Square so it's a tourist meal stop. U won't get fab food here, but its not bad. Service was good and friendly. I had a pretty good burger and my hubby had a good fried fish dish.
  • J.W. E.
    J.W. EngblomJune 28, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Great value- huge portions at prices considerably lower than comparable restaurants- friendly staff, good drinks, food came out quick, & they take plastic
  • Terri M.
    Terri MorawieckiSeptember 15, 2013
    Great off bourbon food. The muffuletta is amazing, get one. Can't go wrong with the $1 house wine. Nothing special but it's cheap!
  • Aaron G.
    Aaron GrossmanJune 30, 2013
    Not sure where the negative comments come from. Veggie muffuletta was quite good and prices were very reasonable for a sit-down restaurant. Decent. Staff was very friendly
  • Karen J.
    Karen JohnsonOctober 30, 2011
    Awesome place, recommended by locals. Great taste/value for the money. Try the oyster po boy, seafood plate, red beans and rice. :)
  • Toby A.
    Toby AcostaNovember 1, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Great food. Great prices. I always get the catfish sandwich. So good. The seafood platter is great as well. And a lot of food!
  • Kela S.
    Kela SmallJanuary 1, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    $5 liters of wine, $1 glasses. I get the appetizer trifecta: jambalaya, gumbo, red beans n rice. $15 total.
  • Daniel K.
    Daniel KilkennyJuly 31, 2016
    The seafood plate dishes are amazing. The beans and rice with the fried fish is great for an authentic experience of NOLA
  • Brendez W.
    Brendez W.November 3, 2011
    Great find! One of thr few spots left with low prices... $1. Daquiries...but do the large for $3
  • Linda M.
    Linda MiklowitzApril 30, 2014
    They have veggie muffalettas with melted Swiss cheese and their own olive tapenade! $7
  • Marc P.
    Marc PApril 6, 2015
    Sat at the bar. Bartenders were friendly. My mom loved her $1 Strawberry Daiquiri.
    Upvoted 1 week ago
  • Alysha K.
    Alysha KristineJuly 8, 2013
    The po-boys are huge and really good. I didn't really care for the fries.
  • James C.
    James CarterAugust 2, 2010
    Mufaletta (?) is great but be hungry. Also tried the Jambalaya. Good but not better than other places. Try something else first for adventure.
  • Anamaria H.
    Anamaria HernandezNovember 19, 2015
    Muffuletta is delicious but they have daiquiris on the menu but don't sell them anymore. Which isn't horrible except try try to upsell their expensive sangrias.
  • Linda M.
    Linda MiklowitzApril 30, 2014
    Delicious banana bread pudding with rum sauce. $4
  • Denis O.
    Denis OstirJuly 8, 2016
    Their Jambalaya is awesome!
  • Brandon W.
    Brandon WoodieAugust 6, 2013
    $5 liters of wine and $8 chefs salad with grilled shrimp when you're on a budget ;)
  • Cathy N.
    Cathy NewtonJanuary 16, 2014
    Stay away from Strawberry Daiquiris unless u like coconut! They use coconut rum so it's not really strawberry but it is defiantly coconut! Yuck!
  • Bonnie U.
    Bonnie UrestiMarch 9, 2014
    It was a muffa-effin-lotta crap. This place is a tourist trap. The jumbalaya was rice with tomato sauce on it and the "house salad" was brown iceberg lettuce with cheese and two cherry tomatoes.
  • Hans
    HansSeptember 16, 2011
    Grear cajun jambalaya! Try it, you won't regret it.
  • Chris S.
    Chris S.March 11, 2014
    The jambalaya was very mediocre - not remarkable in any way. The catfish sandwich is like a big Filet-o-fish and the fries are totally frozen. I expected a bit more from this place.
  • Arica W.
    Arica WilliamsonSeptember 1, 2011
    Been here 50+ times
    Come see me behind the bar on Thursday's! Cold cheap abita on tap!
  • Jessica C.
    Jessica C.August 27, 2013
    Go for the dollar strawberry daiquiris and maybe stay for a drunk snack.
  • Rachael M.
    Rachael MichelAugust 15, 2010
    The French Onion Soup is to die for! The $1 Daquiri's are good too!
  • Erik S.
    Erik SwansonOctober 12, 2015
    Local fave. Always get their awesome muffeletta.
  • Stephanie R.
    Stephanie RodriguezMarch 12, 2013
    This place is gawd awful. Food was bland & cold. Fish tasted like it was frozen, & sausage tasted odd. Not even the cheap scotch got rid of the gross taste in my mouth. As a tourist I expected better.
  • Linda M.
    Linda MiklowitzMay 5, 2013
    Love the veggie muffaleta. Reasonable prices.
  • Emmanuel H.
    Emmanuel HerreroApril 11, 2010
    One of my favorite Po Boys in the city. Killer Roast Beef.
  • Addison W.
    Addison WaltonJuly 3, 2011
    Cash only. Mufalettas rock and the red beans and rice rock.
  • Jim S.
    Jim StClairNovember 14, 2010
    Sandwiches are excellent! Trust me the prices are good!
  • Samdaman L.
    Samdaman LeeFebruary 17, 2013
    They accept all credit cards now!
  • Marie C.
    Marie ClaimDecember 28, 2015
    Waited long time to get meals but French onion soup is good
  • Nicole
    NicoleNovember 29, 2013
    Try the Muffuletta...You won't be disappointed!
  • Billy L.
    Billy LewisSeptember 1, 2014
    Meh! Nothing special. Good in a pinch. But if you don't want to "waste a meal" while in New Orleans and on a culinary adventure then don't stop here.
  • Mutty
    MuttyDecember 31, 2012
    This place blows! Daiquiri was actually good but food was awful. Jambalaya & breading had no flavor. Everything is fried or overloaded w/swiss cheese. Save your money & eat your own sock.
  • Carol B.
    Carol BragaMay 22, 2014
    The french onion soup = amazing!
  • Lauren G.
    Lauren GoolsbyJuly 4, 2012
    Seafood Platter has no seasoning. Oyster tasted burnt. My husband and I were splitting this and were not impressed.
  • Mark C.
    Mark CallaisJuly 15, 2013
    That club sandwich... Best ever! And dollar daiquiris!
  • Brian D.
    Brian DetweilerApril 29, 2016
    Alligator sausage sandwich was tasty.
  • fatima c.
    fatima chienApril 8, 2012
    Now they do accept credit cards.
  • AJ D.
    AJ DominiqueJanuary 9, 2012
    They take cards now, $10 minimum
  • Anne R.
    Anne RobichauxMarch 31, 2013
    They now take credit cards!
  • Figo C.
    Figo CosiJanuary 25, 2015
    Don't take cards cash only beignets ok dumonde better quality
  • 🍀Kelli M.
    🍀Kelli M.🍀February 22, 2015
    Po boys for days!!
  • Patrick R.
    Patrick RowleyMarch 18, 2011
    Gluten-free beware! Everything is fried, and the "traditional" dishes are all thickened. Disappointing.
  • Autumn B.
    Autumn ByingtonOctober 28, 2011
    The muffaletta is a must!!
  • Candice R.
    Candice RiveraOctober 30, 2015
    The food is so good and cheap here!
  • Chris K.
    Chris KarmoskyJanuary 24, 2012
    They accept cards now! Minimum charge $10, still no separate checks
  • Linda M.
    Linda MiklowitzApril 30, 2014
    They say they take all kinds of cards.
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