Herbsaint serves New Orleans, LA and is located in the 70130 ZIP code.
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Herbsaint received an average rating of 3.86 out of 5 stars from 7 reviews.
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Chef Donald Link made his name and still adds to the ranks of his local following at his original operation, Herbsaint, even though his Cajun-inspired Cochon has garnered greater attention outside New Orleans. The casually elegant setting… Read Full Editorial
Never Again! by amhochstatter via Citysearch on 6/22/2011
Where to start......first the staff was snotty......then the food was over priced and to be honest quite awful. We will never go back again.
Great service and food by Jay B via Insider Pages on 4/7/2011
Great food & good service, I have ordered a meal and it came abit longer than what expected and they gave me extra desert! \r
An Excellent meal and service by True Review via Citysearch on 7/12/2010
Perfect! Wonderful food and attention to detail! We sat in the bar at a small table next to the window (away from the cold air conditioning) and the service was perfect. After our meal at the Upperline, it was our second best meal in…
Good Food by Susan H via Insider Pages on 3/6/2010
Very good food. Highest quality ingrediants. Attentive staff. You will enjoy your evening should you dine here.
Delish! by rocketdog13 via Citysearch on 2/27/2009
this was our first visit back to NOLA in way too long, friends of ours that live in the Garden District took us there as it's one of their faves. Now I know why- everything, including the french fries (?) was great!\r
Pork Belly? OMG- to…
Inventive cuisine by marcia m via Insider Pages on 11/27/2008
Inventive dining on historic St Charles Avenue. Everything I have ever eaten at Herbsaint is excellent. Highly recommended. Great ambience, al fresco dining available when weather permits.\r
Parking readily available nearby on street…
My, Oh My, Mama!! by GLYNACE via Citysearch on 8/4/2008
I have just returned to Herbsaint with my discerning tastebuds prepared for the VERY BEST in New Orleans fine dining, only to discover the cuisine even BETTER than what I remembered from previous visits! The appetisers (chef-made pork…
Hip bistro balances French fancies with Southern soul food. by Eric Grossman via Citysearch on 7/31/2008
Half a block from historic Gallier Hall, Herbsaint is a gathering place for hip locals, savvy businesspeople, and in-the-know tourists. Pale colors, minimalist decor and funky lighting create a casual but cool atmosphere. Large windows and…
Rigid, snobby, no atmosphere by j a via Insider Pages on 1/6/2008
Can you say overrated? Between the hostess not being willing to seat us (we had a reservation!) until our whole party was there (husband parking the car) and having to stand just inside the door as the entire restauranta stares at you, it…
Herbsaint Bar and Restaurant by Anthony W. via Judy's Book on 11/20/2006
Herbsaint Bar and Restaurant is located in the Central Business District at 701 St. Charles Avenue. I love this place! It's a moderately-pricey restaurant, so please come prepared. On its website http://www.herbsaint.com/ …
Where is Susan? by jnatale via Citysearch on 10/14/2006
The food was pretty good but hey the prices are alittle better than the food. My boyfriend ordered the frog legs (greasy) and the shrimp & grits (very good) he also had a bowl of tomato and shrimp bisque, (not that warm and fishy). I…
Needs to get over itself! by kirbydeewilliams via Citysearch on 6/8/2006
First off, this is a VERY expensive restaurant. There is no real reception area, so when you walk in you are IN the restaurant. My dad and my husband were parking the car, and the hostess made us stand there until they came in, as the…
User review by saramac112 by saramac112 via Citysearch on 2/1/2006
Herbsaint is by far the best restaurant in the city to be seen in. The food is always cutting edge and the cocktails are innovative and delicious.
Congratulations on your Post-Katrina Reopening by jmheyjude via Citysearch on 1/11/2006
Our daughter was married in our beloved New Orleans. (We live in Denver, but she graduated from Tulane and lived there for 2 years after. She married on May 28, 2005, relocating the next week to grad school in NC, thus avoiding the…
Herbsaint: Moderate Creole by matt k. via Judy's Book on 8/14/2005
Susan Spicer’s more moderate restaurant in the Central Business District (CBD) is one of my favorite lunch places but is also nice for dinner. It specializes in local favorites such as the otherworldly fried frog legs and rich gumbos of…
yummy by trainakr via Citysearch on 5/25/2005
We had a delicious meal and lovely evening at Herbsaint (with the possible exception of our snooty waiter). The food was outstanding (try the duck) and the drinks strong and tasty. We still tell people at home about it. Make sure to…
Good Place for a Casual, Fun Dinner by ohcimoan via Citysearch on 3/22/2005
The dining room is loud. It's hip and relaxed. Ther staff is pleasant and knowledgeable. The food is good but nothing great. I ordered steak medium rare and had to send it back and when it returned, it looked like it was "thrown" onto my…
Excellent Choice by msmissislippi via Citysearch on 1/17/2005
Great dining experience for seven women. Each course was really good, but the raves really piled up for the Brown Butter Banana Tart. Whatever you order, be sure and save room for the best dessert ever.
At the Top of our List by jade3 via Citysearch on 3/28/2003
During our last trip to New Orleans, we ate at The Bistro at Maison de Ville, Galatoire's, and Mr. B's Bistro, in addition to Herbsaint. Though they were all (for the most part) very good, Herbsaint was the absolute favorite of my husband…
Great cocktails! by midgemini via Citysearch on 2/5/2003
We had to wait about 30 minutes for our table so we had the opportunity to sit at the bar and sample a drink. Terrific! So was dinner, but not many places can make a really good cocktail. Also the bannana tart was unforgettable.