Best BBQ shrimp in NOLA
One of my faves from my last trip to #NOLA, I had to go back to @MrBsBistro to get their #BarbequedShrimp. A Mr. B's signature dish, with giant shell-on gulf #shrimp barbequed #NewOrleans style, served with an addictive peppercorn butter sauce and hot crusty French bread for dipping . This is a delicious messy affair and you get bibbed up like a happy child before it is served. Pair with a $1.50 lunch #BloodyMary and I'm good to go.
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Bacon wrapped shrimp and stone ground grits - a saute of pecan smoked bacon wrapped jumbo Gulf shrimp served with creamy cheesy stone ground yellow grits and red-eye gravy at MrBsBistro #NewOrleans #Louisana #FMFinNOLA #ChowzterNOLA
The "must try"... Mr. B's Barbequed Shrimp - Gulf shrimp Barbequed New Orleans style with peppery butter sauce and French bread for dipping at MrBsBistro. #NewOrleans #Louisana #FMFinNOLA #ChowzterNOLA
Mr. B's Bistro
Garlic Truffle French Fries: Garlic and rosemary infused, housemade French fries topped with Pecorino Romano cheese and truffle oil at Mr. B's Bistro, New Orleans
Mr. B's Barbequed Shrimp: A Mr B's signature dish! Gulf shrimp barbequed New Orleans style, served in their shells with peppery butter sauce and French bread for dipping at Mr. B's Bistro, New Orleans
Lemon Ice Box Pie: Served in a graham cracker crust with freshly whipped cream and raspberry sauce at Mr. B's Bistro, New Orleans
Eats and Night Sights in New Orleans
We had that early appetizer because we met my Louisiana relatives for the real deal later at Mr. B’s Bistro (201 Royal St.).
It has that old-fashioned feel of a steakhouse or Italian restaurant for your big night out on the town but the food is upscale Creole and Southern. Big, leather booths, lots of people chattering in great spirits.
I had their tasting menu, which is always offered and includes three courses for about $50. Not a steal, but not too bad, either. The gumbo ya ya was my first course, and it was delicious, though my cousin-in-law Jenny claims she can make it better.
Since her children backed her up, I’m quite willing to believe it.
The trout almondine was executed well, although it lacked inventiveness. The roasted lemon was a nice touch. My husband was happy with his braised rabbit served with garlic mashed potatoes.
One dish to be sure to try, and I’m still not sure why I didn’t beyond having only met my cousin-in-law Zach a few minutes earlier, was the barbecue shrimp.
It’s closer to a mussels dish than barbecue yet manages to be finger-lickin’ good all the same.
Dessert was more bread pudding, which always makes me happy. No finesse, but it was simply done and didn’t need it.
Mr. B’s Bistro in New Orleans, LA
I had avoided this restaurant earlier because I was under the impression that it was a tourist-y place but then I found out that a lot of locals love the BBQ shrimp here and so we decided to make the trip over. We got really lucky with parking on Canal st but then again it was early for Sunday brunch.
As soon as we sat down, we ordered the BBQ shrimp as an appetizer. I’m so glad we did because as soon as we finished ordering our main entrees, the BBQ shrimp smelled delicious! And it came out with a loaf of bread cuz we were taking turns soaking up the sauce with the bread. Usually I don’t like to peel shrimps but this was well worth it. I’m so glad they brought out plastic bibs for us because it got messy! and it tasted delicious!
shrimp and grits
Joe had the bacon wrapped shrimp with grits. I love grits! I kept stealing bites of his grits. I tried one of his shrimps which was also succulent with a nice bite from the bacon. Delicious!
filet mignon with truffle eggs
I got the filet mignon and was surprised by how small it was. What really drew me to this dish was the scrambled eggs made with truffle oil. It tasted especially good with filet mignon on the fork. This dish wasn’t as stellar as the shrimp and grits.
I visited Mr. B's last April for my school's prom. The party was just my girlfriend and I. The food and atmosphere was wonderful. At first, I expected it to be extremely pricy, but it was nowhere near as bad as other restaurants we visited for dances. The best part of our trip to Mr. B's was that the manager paid for our food when he noticed how much fun we were having. I would definitely visit Mr. B's Bistro again.
Mr B's Bistro is a Southern restaurant located in New Orleans, LA. Reviews for the restaurant were very positive, and they close between 2:00 pm and 5:30 pm every day.
Food received positive reviews, with reviewers finding the restaurant to offer a great selection of Cajun and Creole dishes. Food was well-prepared and appetizing, with quality and freshness being solid overall. Reviewers were satisfied with their meals, and enjoyed items like the Deep Fried Soft Shell Crab and the Shrimp and Grits. Portions were good, but prices were expensive.
The restaurant has a cool and comfortable atmosphere. Reviewers enjoyed the very beautifully designed interior that provided a comfortable and pleasant environment. Congestion and noise levels were moderate, with crowds not being too uncommon.
Service was very good, with staff members being professional and well-trained. Reviewers were very satisfied with the consistent service they received, and service times were good.