Review at New Orleans Cafe (Sydney)
While visiting Mr. CF in Sydney, he brought me to Crow’s Nest, which I believe it’s a nice chill out area for Sydneysiders to hang out. We had dinner in New Orleans Cafe which specializes in Creole food. With live music in the background, it seemed like a nice place to hang out after work.
We had the Mezze plate which consisted of chorizo sausages, grilled sourdough bread, fetta, olives and sun dried tomatoes served with a range of sauces. I loved the chorizo sausages,; they were really juicy and yummy. The combination of cripsy grilled sourdough bread and tzatziki sauce was pretty addictive as well.
Being a big fan of barberqued ribs, Mr. CF convinced me to give this a go. The quality of tenderness of the ribs was somewhat inconsistent. The flesh of some slabs of ribs didn’t really fall off the bone that easily. Apart from the issue of having to yank some of the flesh off, the sauce was pretty good. I found myself dipping the awesome chips in the barberque sauce.
I wished I have tried the other options on the menu (po’boy looks so interesting), I was slightly disappointed with the tenderness of the ribs. The service was pretty good as the wait staff were accomodating with the luggage I had with me while we had dinner there. I would pop there the next time I go to Sydney to just chill out.
New Orleans Cafe
8 Willoughby Rd
Crows Nest NSW 2065
02 9436 2596