6414 W Greenfield Ave, Milwaukee, WI | Directions 5321443.016841 -87.992640
Fabulous Food & Excellent Service! – This place is consistently good and draws many out-of-town visitors because of it's central location near State Fair Park. Waitstaff is attentive, food is expertly prepared and beautifully served in a casual atmosphere. If you haven't been to Crawdaddy's lately, you need to visit soon! Recommend the shrimp po-boy sandwich and soup, at a minimum!
OVER PRICED AND I HAVE THE BEST FOR LAST READ ON!!!!!!! – Hello
I went to this place for the first time. For starters we had all our party together but one person. We asked to be seated but the hostess said becuase we do not have our whole part together we would have to wait at the bar!! Mind you this was on a Sunday and there wasnt more then 4 parties in this place to ok!! Then once we were seated some of us ordered there house soup. Which by the way was $4.00 dollars for a cup not a bowl.
We ordered our meals and to my suprise the prices!!! How much would you pay for Jambalaya? Well my costed $18.99 thats right $18.99. It gets better. I asked the waitress for bread and butter for our meals you know things that must restaurant bring you with your water.
She told me the cost extra!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I was floored. THEY ACTUALLY CHARGE YOU FOR BREAD AND BUTTER!!!! DO NOT GO THERE THEY ARE A RIP OFF!!!
OUTSTANDING FOOD – While this is usually a very crowded and packed restaurant - it is definatly worth the wait to eat here. The daily specials are outstanding and offer a wide variety of Cajun/Creole and Seafood options. I am not a huge seafood person - but the way the dishes are prepared here - I have not found a fish dish that I did not enjoy. They are prepared very well and feel that they are adequate size. Desserts if you have room usually do not disappoint either. It is in located in a revitalized area of Downtown West Allis - so while safe do lock up your vehicle. At times parking could be difficult.
You simply cannot go wrong at Crawdaddy's! – I've recently moved to Milwaukee and have tried quite a few restaurants. As a seafood lover from Maryland, time after time I'm so disappointed with the seafood in Milwaukee (even at M'Oceans), but not at Crawdaddy's! Their seafood is fresh, delicious and prepared many ways. If you don't see something prepared the way you like, Chef John will happily prepare it as you request. I've tried the majority of the menu and have loved them all! Don't forget to take advantage of the seasonal specials, like soft blue crabs . . . YUMM! The food is very reasonably priced, for instance a big dish of crawfish, easily enough for two for as an appetizer, is delicious and only $7. Crawdaddy's is the only place I've found in Milwaukee that has GOOD fresh oysters. My favorite entree on the menu is the shrimp and crawfish stuff eggplant. I'm actually not an eggplant lover but whatever they do to it is simply exquisite. The service is fast and extremely friendly . . . they even make you feel like family. Yes, it can get noisy, so if that bothers you, try visiting for a later dinner. We just sit a little closer when it's noisy, which makes it romantic. Crawdaddy's is also a great place to bring groups like out-of-towners from work. They also just started opening on Sundays for football games, with a $10 buffet choc full of cajun goodies.
almost 'Nawlins – Raw oysters, crawfish tails, more entress than you can imagine. Crayons to draw on the table cloths too! I have never had a bad entree here. If you like seafood, and you like cajun cooking you must eat here.
Each day, hundreds of people line up to get their hands on a plate of Cajun-Creole fusion food. – The Scene
Crawdaddy's may be the busiest restaurant in town, and quiet it is not, with blaring zydeco music and rushing waitstaff. It's a good idea to come during the week and avoid the long waits on the weekend.
All the Cajun and Creole favorites are here, including jambalaya, gumbo, and red beans and rice alongside more than two dozen daily specials. These might include frog legs Provencal, hazelnut-crusted red snapper, blackened catfish, and even a Cajun bouillabaisse loaded with lobster, shrimp, scallops and whatever else the kitchen decides to toss in. If the crispy Cajun soft-shell crabs are part of the daily selections, they're a rare taste treat not to be missed.
Crawtails – All the food had great flavor, not overpowered by spices. I had the Halibut, it wasn't oily or overcooked and crunchy. The crawtails are the perfect appitizer. If ya do have to wait for your food just color your table clothe.
Disappointed – Heard many good things about Crawdaddy's - was excited to try. Hubby's fish was full of bones. My mashed potatoes weren't even real - tasted like powdered. Paid WAY too much for food of this quality. Won't be back.
Cajun in Milwaukee – Great Cajun food in Milwaukee. I love this restraunt. the Amtneshpere was fun and cozy, you get asigned an animal for your call name, "table for Goat party". Its great fun and has a good bar to wait for a table in.
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