CELEBRATE WITH A CAJUN FLARE
Acadian food, then and now, presents a blend of French and soul food widely beloved not only in Louisiana, but around the world.
Acadian Grille is now offering catering options, which include: business lunches and other celebrations! Also, a party room will now be available every Sunday.
Have Acadian cater your next business lunch, office party or home celebration. Contact us at AcadianGrille@gmail.com with ‘CATERING’ as the subject. Or call ahead and book your next event today!
This review is for catering. MARDI GRAS PARTY, YA'LL!!! First of all, the catering prices were more than fair compared to many other Louisiana style restaurants in town. The portions were large and we could have easily downsized and still had plenty leftover. The chef even encouraged us to order 1/2 the amount of cornbread to save money since the slices are huge, then offered to cut them in 1/2. Right on time with our delivery on a recent snow storm day. The ettoufe was packed full of flavor! The jambalaya was everything we expected and full of sausage. The cornbread was delicious and huge. Boudin balls were scarfed up as guests arrived, and they were served with a kickin' remoulade. Many of the guests raved about the great food. Looking forward to eating in the restaurant next time. Erin W. Omaha, NE
Ok, I’m a cajun snob and grew up on most of the cuisine. I expected to be reviewing my meal from the “well, it’s Omaha” perspective. Well, my fellow foodies and Southerners, Acadian is LEGIT. Abita beer, shrimp and grits, red beans and rice. The food packed a spicy flavor, but that was from perfect seasoning and not a “dash of Tabasco”.
From the time we walked in and I heard the subtle blues music, took in the casual ambiance and was greeted was with a warm smile, I felt at home.
Right around the corner from work, I’ll be here often to work my way through the menu.
My in-laws lived in Louisiana for many years. They joined us for our first visit to Acadian Grille.
Food was spot on, flavorful, unique dishes with authentic Louisiana flare.
I had shrimp and grits, best I’ve ever had and not too spicy ( I am not a spicy fan).
Comfortable, friendly atmosphere. We will be back after finding this gem!
We happened upon this gem trying to decide on my birthday dinner. It showed up on yelp because we were in the area. We were enamored with the posted pictures and the positive reviews. We sat ourselves and were greeted promptly. Our waiter was friendly and immediately took our drink orders. We started with the boudin balls. They came out quickly. They were hot, superbly crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Hubby decided on the shrimp poboy with dirty rice and I chose the gumbo with a crawfish add on. The time waited for the entree's to arrive was sufficient to engage in needed adult conversation away from the children and to ogle our neighboring tables entrees. Our plates arrived hot and presented nicely. I need to note that there was no salt or pepper on the table. Accompanied on the table however were Tabasco and another hot sauce. First bite of the dirty rice. Flavor. All the flavor. It was very good. Spicy. Peppery. The Poboy was attractively placed and as my husband dug in to it to give the birthday girl the first bite he noted assuredly how good it looked. The shrimp were meaty. Crispy. The baguette was soft but crunchy also. The sauce was just the right amount. The gumbo was presented appropriately with all the little crawfish tails pointing out every which way. The taste and depth of flavor were very good. It was full of porks and sausage also. We were full but since it was a bday dinner and since I saw they had creme brûlée I ordered it. It came to the table presented nicely. The brûlée-d sugar was dark and shiny. As I tried to break into the caramelized sugar I noticed it was kinda thick. It wasn't that delicate crack that a flawless creme brûlée should have. The creme was very good. A set yet silky custard it was. Vanilla and bourbon were top notes. In case you hadn't guessed. We will be returning to the restaurant.