Surrey's Cafe


1418 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70130
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Comments (16)

  • Posted by tyoderJune 23, 2014

    The shrimp and grits flooded my wife's memory of her mom's cooking! I had the banana foster french toast which was one of the top breakfasts I've ever had! It's right up there with the Hawaiian pancakes I always look forward to when going to Hawaii... highly recommend this place! Good eats, good atmosphere, good service.

  • Posted by Gfa88June 07, 2012

    The homemade bagels & lox with fresh veggies & avocado smash was delicious!! Loved the atmosphere & very friendly waitstaff. We'll be back.

  • Posted by LeslieMay 26, 2012

    Sunday brunch destination - arrived a little after 10am and had to wait about 15 minutes.  Enjoyed looking at the beautiful homes nearby while waiting for a table to open.   I had the b-fast sandwich with cheese grits while my friend enjoyed the Montana plate (I think that is what it was called).  Fresh squeezed OJ topped off the meal.  A great place that i will seek out again.

  • Posted by frankMarch 17, 2012

    We went to Surreys for breakfast and was not disappointed. My wife and I both had the banana pancakes, which went to die for, as everyone else mentioned. My sister-in-law had French toast, which says was delicious. My brother-in-law had the banana pancakes, which he says was delicious. We all thought it was a little overpriced, but enjoyed very much all in all. It was great,

  • Posted by Jean BFebruary 06, 2012

    Ate at Surreys during a recent trip to New Orleans.  Heard about it on DDD and it was everything I heard.  The shrimp and grits was superb and the bananas foster french toast was to die for.  Not fancy but good food!  Im from NYC and would recommend this place to anyone.

  • Posted by GeorgeOctober 02, 2011

    This is a great place. Don't be surprised to see 20 people waiting to get in when you arrive. I had shrimp and grits and Sally had French toast. Both were excellent. I'll drive the 90 minutes to Have Sunday breakfast there.

  • Posted by AnonymousJuly 07, 2011

    My husband and I went here this morning and it was, without a doubt, the best breakfast we've ever eaten! The Bananas Foster French Toast was simply divine! Great servers, fun atmosphere -nothing but great things to say! We will definitely be going back here again before we leave the city to return home!

  • Posted by Brian MApril 01, 2011

    We ate here twice while in New Orleans.  Good food in a funky atmosphere.  The migas and grits are great.  The banana pancake is huge and filled with bananas.  A great place to start the day.

  • Posted by Mike SMarch 30, 2011

    We ate here yesterday on March 29th - Great food and atmosphere - The corned beef hash was chunky, well-spiced, and delicious.  The Crab omlette was very good. Would go back anytime 

  • Posted by JennyJanuary 03, 2011

    Cute place, yummy huevos rancheros, and we had a very nice server. The juices were overpriced, however. 

  • Posted by AnonymousJune 09, 2010

    Banana Foster French Toast!! OMG!!!

  • Posted by HLL333May 12, 2010

    Unbelievable breakfast.  The homemade lox (smoked salmon) and bagels were fantastic.  The place isn't much to look at but the food exceeds all expectations.

  • Posted by Chris FelpsNovember 24, 2009

    My wife and I ate lunch at Surreys the last day of our trip and loved it.  The staff was friendly and attentive, the food was great, and the atmosphere was pure New Orleans.  Thanks Guido!

  • Posted by AnonymousOctober 16, 2009

    It amazes me how a resturant that presses it own wheat grass and touts its all natural hand squeezed juice can serve a reuben so greasy that I am left sick the rest of the day.  I didn't even finish the whole thing.  Very very disappointing.

  • Posted by GuestJune 12, 2009

    overrated, undercleaned

  • Posted by Mar and Bernie April 06, 2009

    http://bellaandtheroad.blogspot.com/2009/03/beignets.html

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