OhYea! dat be the taste!.
WOW. This is on our regular rotation. Sometimes we just call and get the appertizer sampler to go.Though the atmosphere and service is part of the fun. It is always where we take out of town guests. It can only be described as down home perfection of spice and richness. It is that flavor that you can only get with a well tended roux and fresh stuff in the pot.The gumbo is the best...wait no the Oysters Bienville...but then there is the Smoked Boudin or wait can't forget theShrimp Etouffee
...Oh I can't decide what is the best...just have everyone order something different and share....the portions are ample enough....save room for dessert!
after five years suprised its still there.
First went to Longhorn when it opened five years ago. Food was bland and portions were small for the price.
Figured been awhile and the place is still there so give it another shot. Wish i hadnt.
Gumbo was ok but the crawfish bisque (least thats what they called it) was disgusting. the bisque was watery and the crawfish overcooked. Infact everyone at the table complained of the food being over cooked. Someone needs to sample before letting the food leave the kitchen.
the red beans and rice seemed like they dumped refried beans out of a can into a dish and lumped rice in the middle. The only good thing was the soggy fries (personal taste) and cole slaw.
the waiter was very unfriendly and hardly came to the table. the quickest response we got was when he ran the bill. i am really shocked this place still exist.
AYEEEE!. Wow! 3rd time I've been there and it was wonderful. I took a date there for a Sunday lunch and she very much agreed that the food was incredible. She said that her parents love Cajun food and that she was definitely going to bring them soon. We started out with the Smoked Boudin and she had a salad. The Boudin comes out with about 6 half sliced lengths nicely presented on the perimeter on a bed of fried onions with a spicy ranch sauce for dipping in the middle. Oh so goooood. I had a bowl of Seafood Gumbo with 2 huge crab claws as a topper. You basically grab the claws by the edge and slip the juicy meat right off the tendons before diving into the heaping bowl. The next bowl I had was the Crawfish Etouffee! The base was incredible and my date couldn't resist the spoonfuls that I fed to her with my own hand. All she could say was, "Oh my God! Yummmmmy!" and "That is soooo good!" She had the Fish Ray which is a fresh Tilapia Filet delicately seasoned and broiled. She let me have a couple bites only! You will definitely enjoy this place, with it's cold beer and Bayou attitude.
Good Food and Service. Came here for lunch yesterday. The place was packed but we didn't have to wait for table which was great! Server was wonderful and I had the Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya. Very tasty!
BEST GUMBO AND ETOUFEE, SERVICE VERY FRIENDLY!!!!. These owners know what CAJUN food is all about!! Best gumbo I've ever had! I read the last review and can"t believe anyone could ever have a bad expierence there! My entire family dines there at least once a week and we have always had great pleasure in the food and staff!! My goodnesss I am in heaven when I eat there! Why are they so busy, if it's bad? Yeah well I disagree with that review! Perhaps that someone should give them another chance!! Definatley worth it.. Well my favorite restaurant!!! Crazy cajun
WOW!! I am having my Christmas party there!!. I really enjoyed the friendley staff and comfort of real Louisana food, I have never had a favorite restaurant until I found this place!!Awesome and highley reccommended!! Try it once and you"ll be back!!! Save room for dessert!! Love Ya'll!! Sarah
Horrible you will be the next person too walk out like others I have seen do.. I moved to Austin 6 months ago from Louisiana . The first time I went there, it was not busy, the service was great and the food was excellent. About 2 weeks later I decided to go back and have some lunch. When we walk in a lady sat us and asked if we wanted breakfast or lunch and we said lunch since it was 11:30. While we were looking over the lunch menus the server comes up and says im sorry we cannot serve you lunch until 12, so we said we would agree with breakfast. Then as people started coming in BEFORE 12 they were letting some people order lunch and then telling more they had to order breakfast and it gets better the people who came in after all of us received their lunch way after us. We did not receive our breafast until 12:10 and remember we got there at 11:30. Our food was very cold and the biscuits were hard like it had just been sitting in the window for a while. It was a while before our drinks were filled and when she brought the picture to fill them she just slamed it down on our table because she was mad that someone walked out because of the service and how they were treating everyone. Another table that came in was about to leave too because of the service. The sad thing is they do not value customers there, when the guy who left said he just wanted to pay for his drinks and the checker said no dont worry about it and did not even try too get him too stay or even apoligize, they just let him walk out unsatisfied. They should really consider changing their name and taking the Louisiana out of it because Louisiana restaurants are not rude like that and we care about our customers and will go out of our way to make sure they are taken care of. I dont think these people have even been around real Louisiana food, they say gator taste like fishy chicken, chicken yeah but fishy no. Im sorry this place had to be like that because I was looking forward to finding a good place here, but looks like I will be looking elsewhere.
Best Cajun food as well as the best Chicken Fried Steak in Texas.
For the best Cajun food anywhere, you must visit a jewel that appeared about 3 years ago in downtown Round Rock, called (THE LOUISIANA LONGHORN CAFE)
Jerry and I have been going ever since it opened and the great customer service and the warm family feeling provided by Ray and Melinda Overstreet and their staff just can't be beat.
From the delicious cajun food, to the chicken fried steak, it can't be compared for the delicious and authenic flavors that you will experience. The deserts are homemade and mouthwatering, so save room when you go to dine.
Their parking is limited, but there is a city garage within a short walking distance that is for your use. While reservations are not accepted, the wait time is not long, if at all.
They are now serving breakfast on Saturday and Sunday mornings from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and that to is a great experience. They have many items on the menu and some you will not find anywhere else in town.
Jerry and I have lived in Round Rock, for 20+ years, and this is by far our favorite restuarant, and we are proud to recommend it to our family and friends. A little side item, our granddaughters love to go to the Longhorn where they are treated like family.
Find great cajun food in Round Rock. LLC provides a good selection of well prepared cajun food. The specials boards give a preview of the delights to come. They are constantly coming up with new ideas to please the patrons. Coming from New Orleans to live in Austin, this is a great place to get a taste of home!
Other better places in Round Rock. This was my last visit to this restaurant. I agree that something has totally changed. The gumbo just flat out is dirty water. The service was just ok and the shrimp were rubbery and tasted like they were reheated in a microwave. We use to come a couple times a month but have found a new dining place right up the road!!!
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