Wells L relished in the Creole Kiss. Another super spectacular beverage. Looks a lot like the Raspberry Lemon Drop, It also is fruity, and possesses a wonderful smooth deliciousness. One might say that one of these may not be enough.
Allen L opted for a Heineken, which was served cold, leaving one refreshed. ”It is the perfect patio drink”. Allen L was able to sit back and just relax.
To end this relaxing meal we were served cookie, a choice of chocolate chip, turtle, and oatmeal/raisin. Now I am not an oatmeal/raisin kind of girl, I will go for the chocolate every time but I’m telling you that the oatmeal/raisin was mouth watering good. All of the one I tried were wonderful. Chewy, not under baked, a good size, not sugary/grainy texture at all. This was a perfect conclusion to a patio meal. Yum, yum
Everyone was pleasant at Decuis, but the service out on the patio was substantially different from in house. We had to ask multiple times to have our small water glasses filled, and then only that person received water, no one else at the table. Hummm. None of the Elles remembers being asked how our meat should be cooked. Does this mean that at a cook-out the cook gets to decide? I am not sure on that one either. Our waitress had multiple opportunities to make connections with us but for some reason chose not to do so. I think the worst was the gumbo. Really. When one orders seafood and you serve JO-JO and do not mention it, or ask if the person still wants it, or excuse the mistake? This would not be acceptable in any other restaurant and I definitely would not expect it at Joseph Decuis. It should not matter if we are outside or inside, service is service.