Herbsaint

New American, Cocktail
$ $ $
701 Saint Charles Ave (Girod St.)
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 524-4114
Monday
11:30am - 10:00pm
Tuesday
11:30am - 10:00pm
Wednesday
11:30am - 10:00pm
Thursday
11:30am - 10:00pm
Friday
11:30am - 10:00pm
Saturday
11:30am - 10:00pm

Chef Donald Link is the latest in a long line of world-class chefs to hone his chops in New Orleans, incorporating the city’s flavors and vitality into his cooking. Link is also the man behind the now-legendary Cochon (#22)Herbsaint is his more upscale (yet still fun and accessible) modern bistro, French and Italian-inspired yet still classically Southern. Standout dishes include butter-poached Gulf tuna with pickled chilies and mint; jumbo shrimp with tasso-stewed collard greens and grits; and slow-cooked lamb neck with saffron fideo and tomato confit. 

 

 

Menu

Tips

  • This is a good place to go if you can't get a res at dorsia.
  • A tip from Lonely Planet, one of of reviewers: "This may cause a riot, but Herbsaints duck and andouille gumbo might be the best restaurant gumbo in town." -On TripExpert
  • Brown butter banana tart. One of the best desserts in the universe
  • The ribeye. My god, the ribeye.
  • Schedule a reservation if you don't want to contend with the local business and law crowd. Great for a business lunch or for anyone in from out of town. Along the street car route.
  • Duck is to die for!
  • Follow up with the "Dark & Stormy."
  • Try the watermelon gazpacho with crabmeat...Gambit's Five in 5 http://www.bestofneworleans.com/gambit/five-refreshing-watermelon-dishes/Content?oid=1862011
  • Do the Egyptian.
  • The pork belly is an amazing dish
  • Squid Ink Risoto
  • New American cuisine in a classic atmosphere. Great service and dishes that are a combination of local flavored and French techniques. Nominated for a Janes Beard award. Try the fresh fish selection.
  • Great gumbo... Very reasonable drinks and a solid atmosphere and overall service.
  • Order the gumbo of the day (whatever it may be), housemade spaghetti w/ guanciale & fried poached egg, the amazing Muscovy duck leg confit and the banana brown butter tart for dessert. Flawless menu!
  • The catfish entree is phenomenal! Such a classy, low key place to dine.
  • On the lunch menu, there is fried goat salad with cucumbers and goat feta - Gambit's Five in 5
  • If you want for a meal with a major wow factor, this is the place to get it. Try the Louisiana Crab, the Arugula Salad, and the Gnocchi.
  • No kiddin' best Gumbo in New Orleans!
  • Get the gumbo as a starter!
  • The crispy goat cannot be passed up! For dessert, the coconut custard pie is sweeter than sweet.

Nearby places

130 Roosevelt Way (at Common St)
800 Decatur St (at The French Market)
618 Frenchmen St