Dinner is good but their lunch is way better, with all the good sandwiches they have. The dinner is good, but you really don't get much for what you paid for. I remember we had a ravioli entree that had only 6 or 7 raviolis. Definitely not worth the $20. It's also expensive for the atmosphere, as the place is very casual. High end prices with low end atmosphere is not a good combo.
I would definitely (and I do) go there for lunch, but I would go to Jolie's for dinner. Same price, better service, nicer atmosphere, more bang for your buck.
Degas 21876493 posts Member since Jul 2010 8938 posts
re: Saint Street Inn in Lafayette... thoughts?Posted by Degas on 2/6/13 at 12:46 am to TheIndulger
I'm not sure about the slow floor service because I sat at the bar when I was there and had no issues. I happened to stumble upon this place while meandering around, waiting for some sort of parade to begin. I had an inkling for an Olde Tyme Po-boy, and walked past this place which is close by. What stood out is a sign that read "Farm to Table" which caught my eye so I decided to check it out.
I had a few of the apps and chatted with bartender, and left feeling like it would be a place to return to. They had just opened recently before my visit, so I'm curious to see how they've evolved since then.