Cafe Creole: A Piece of New Orleans

Café Creole, a New Orleans inspired restaurant offering southern food dishes at the heart of New Port mall, Resorts World Manila. Café creole is a tribute to the late Uncle Murray Hertz, the original founder of Murray’s New Orleans Bourbon Street Steak and Oysters. Their menu includes Southern Style Brunch, Bread and Pastry Selection, Coffee, Salads, Pizza and a lot more. With a casual and cozy interiors, the restaurant is perfect if you want that relaxed feeling by yourself or with your friends.
What we had:
Fish Ponchartrain (New), deep fried battered white cobbler, shrimp etoufee, parsley walnut rice and crispy spinach. A new addition on their menu and a definite must try. I love their etoufee that is creamy rich and flavorful. The battered fish is crispy and tender and it was seasoned well. Masarap without reservations.
Everglades Seafood Jambalaya (New), creole casserole, the holy trinity (onion, celery and bell peppers), Calamari, Andouille Sausage, White Shrimps and Fish Fillet. I liked that the creole casserole is seperated from the dish so you'll need to pour it on top. The seafoods are perfectly fried and well spiced. The whole ensemble is really good together. Masarap without reservations.
Earth Bread (P360.00), wild mushrooms, roasted tomatoes, mozzarella, parmesan crisps and arugula salad. No meat pizza that is healthy and tasty at the same time. It actually looks like a pizza topped with salad. Better to eat a slice with some fresh arugula salad on top. Crispiness of the vegetables will add more texture to the pizza. I remember panizza while eating this out. Masarap without reservations.
Bourbon St. Jambalaya (P390.00), Cajun Chicken, Andouille Sausage, Creole Shrimps, Holy Trinity and Dirty Rice. Good enough to serve a hungry bunch of 2 or 3 person, this Jambalaya is loaded with tasty meat and dirty rice. I love the tasty shrimps and Cajun chicken and the whole dish was mildly spicy. A whole meal that everybody could enjoy. Masarap without reservations.
New Orleans Seafood Gumbo (P265.00), Cajun Broth, Andouille Sausage, Lady Fingers, Creole Shrimps and Steamed Rice in the middle. Café Creole’s version of the famous Southern stew, it has a serving of rice in the middle of a mild thick sauce delicately flavored with the holy trinity (onion, celery and bell peppers) with cajun spices and smoked sausages. Masarap without reservations.

Café Creole also serves Coffee, Shakes and pastries. If you wanted something sweet and hot, try out their Classic Beignet (P90.00) together with a Hot Caramel Machiato (P120.00). They also have exciting cold mixes like Smores Frappe (P190.00) and Brownie Monster Frappe (P190.00), these cold frappes makes me feel like I am drinking cakes for desserts. They are both rich, creamy and sweet. Or perhaps you could try their Signature Coffee, Creole Americano (P130.00), a Chai hinted full bodied brew drink. All of the mentioned drinks are really good and perfect to end up a spiced up lunch or dinner in Café Creole.
The restaurant offers a quiet ambiance inside and it is very good for your time alone or with a group of friends. Cafe Creole will truly give you a piece of New Orleans in every bite.
Personal rating for the restaurant:

Food: 4.0
Service: -
Place: 3.5

The restaurant is located at the Second Floor Newport Mall, Resorts World Manila and it is open from 9 Am to 12 Midnight. Check them out on Facebook and Instagram

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Comments

  1. I like this place. I was here the other night, I've been there for about four or five hours and found the prices reasonable on all fronts and the staff to be so friendly. I would be the perfect person to have on an infomercial for these lofty spaces if they ever had one.

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