Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen – Norcross

GRADE: B

Outside

Food – I had the Cedar Plank Atlantic Salmon. It was topped with garlic herb butter & broiled on a smokey cedar plank, with asparagus. I have to say that I was very surprised by this place. The quality and taste of this meal was as good as most seafood restaurants in Atlanta. Although it is not common for me to go to seafood restaurants, I have to say that I have had none better in Atlanta. Everything was fresh, presented well, and tasted great. Food gets a B+

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Ambiance – They did an excellent job with the decorations here. I felt like I was right back in New Orleans. The Cajun atmosphere was great and the restaurant was conformable. The restaurant was rather loud thought and I don’t know why. We had to talk with raised voices. I mean they were busy but the noise level was above average for even a crowded restaurant. Ambiance gets a B+

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Service – We had a large party and like I mentioned before, the restaurant was full and crowded. That makes the server’s job difficult but we received excellent service nonetheless. No complaints at all. Servive gets a B

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Price/Quality – I think the price for seafood overall is expensive so it’s hard for me to judge price here. I do think that if you are going to spend $20 on a plate for seafood, I would choose this place. To me that says that the price meets the quality well. Price/Quality gets a B-

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Uniqueness – I think it is hard to find top quality seafood in a casual restaurant but this place does it. I can see this restaurant being one for any occasion and that’s part of the reason I really love it. I think that makes it unique. In Atlanta I feel that your choice is cheap fried seafood or fine dining seafood. This gives a nice in-between and for that I think it is unique. Uniqueness gets a B

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