Awards and Accolades

Awards and Accolades

Best of New Orleans 2015: Restaurants & Food

Best of New Orleans 2015: Restaurants & Food - Awards and Accolades

Article by: GAMBIT | BESTOFNEWORLEANS.com
Photo by: GAMBIT | BESTOFNEWORLEANS.com

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BEST KENNER RESTAURANT

3. Mr. Ed's
Chateau Village Shopping Center, 910 W. Esplanade Ave., Kenner, 504-463-3030...

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Original article and source: bestofneworleans.com

16 Places to Eat Oyster in New Orleans Right Now

16 Places to Eat Oyster in New Orleans Right Now - Awards and Accolades

Article by: The Times-Picayune | NOLA.com
Photo by: David Grunfeld | The Times-Picayune | NOLA.com

#10/21: Mr. Ed's Oyster Bar & Fish House
3117 21st St., Metairie, 504.833.6310
512 Bienville St., New Orleans, 504.309.4848

Restaurateur Ed McIntyre's New Orleans seafood concept was born on hallowed oyster ground: The old Bozo's location in Metairie. The restaurant expanded to the Quarter last year, and a third location is set to open on St. Charles Avenue this month. The restaurants don't break new ground, but they're a pleasant reminder that you can never have too many reliable purveyors for icy cold raw oysters.

Original article and source: NOLA.com

The Best 500 Dishes in New Orleans: Fried (Or Baked Or Stewed) Chicken @ Mr. Ed’s

The Best 500 Dishes in New Orleans: Fried (Or Baked Or Stewed) Chicken @ Mr. Ed’s - Awards and Accolades

Article by: Tom Fitzmorris | The New Orleans Menu
Photo by: The New Orleans Menu

In the days before the fast-food places took over so many parts of our menu, fried chicken was considered a gourmet dish. It still is, really–if you can find a restaurant that still fries the chicken to order, seasons and coats it artfully, and serves it hot out of the fryer. Mr. Ed’s is a big neighborhood restaurant of the old school, and they fry chicken the old way, not so much as coating it until it’s ready to go into the fryer. Do not come in a hurry for this–it takes as much as a half-hour. Have one of their excellent soups while waiting. Or get the stewed chicken with brown gravy, or the baked chicken, both of which are delicious and cooked in advance.

Mr. Ed’s. Metairie: 1001 Live Oak. 504-838-0022.

This is among the 500 best dishes in New Orleans area restaurants. [...]

Original article and source: NOMENU.com

The Best 500 Dishes in New Orleans: Oysters Amandine @ Mr. Ed’s Oyster Bar & Fish House

The Best 500 Dishes in New Orleans: Oysters Amandine @ Mr. Ed’s Oyster Bar & Fish House  - Awards and Accolades

Article by: Tom Fitzmorris | The New Orleans Menu
Photo by: The New Orleans Menu

After eighty-five years of serving simple but meticulously cooked seafood, the elderly owners of Bozo’s restaurant found the perfect person to carry the torch into the future. Ed McIntyre is not only an excellent operator of neighborhood cafes, but also a big fan of Bozo’s for his entire life. When he bought Bozo’s in 2013, he kept a lot of the old menu, but tripled it in size with a wealth of new dishes. The oysters amandine may be the best of them. They’re fried, topped with an old-style meuniere sauce, and then finished with toasted almonds. They come out of the half shell after a pass through the broiler. They’re not only delicious but very appealing to the eye.

Mr. Ed’s is also close enough to Lakeside Mall for it to be a good place to stop for lunch before going back to shopping. (If they’re open, which I think they are.)

Mr. Ed’s Oyster Bar & Fish House. Metairie: 3117 21st Street. 504-833-6310.

This is among the 500 best dishes in New Orleans area restaurants. [...]

Original article and source: NOMENU.com