Fried crawfish out of this world!!!.
Pappadeaux is great! They are setting the trend for Cajun/Seafood. Real customer service and real good food! If you love crawfish then theirs will top your craving!
Pappadeaux Alpharetta's Seafood Connection.
Stopped by for the weekday buffet. Got there a little eary, but the friendly staff seated me anyway. I have visited the Pappadeaux,s in Chicago and this was also just as amazing. Such a great selection of items on the buffet. The fish was soooo good. I highly reccommend.
Tough to go wrong.
Always consistent, quality food whether in Alpharetta, Houston, Dallas, etc. Best crawfish etoufee you can get commercially, but order white rice instead of the dirty rice that comes with it as the dirty rice is too strong for the delicate flavor of etoufee. Wife and I usually share the Greek salad for 2, a bowl of seafood gumbo, and one entree - usually jumbo shrimp, etoufee, or fried catfish. Bowl of gumbo usually needs about 6-10 drops of Tabasco. Kids meals and most adult meals are heavy on french fries. Forget desert unless you go there just for desert. Between the bread and fries, you won't have room for much else. I'll drive past several Copeland's locations just to get to one Pappadeaux's. Nuff' said.
Great food & atmosphere.
I was seated promptly for weekday lunch, even though it was very crowded. Their lunch buffet was excellent and service was friendly & responsive. A little pricey for buffet & bottled water.
Big Easy seafood steams into the station in Alpharetta.. In Short The decor makes plenty of references to the Big Easy, such as the low, heavy-beamed ceilings, gas lamps and dark wood. It's all capped off by a roaring, appreciative suburban crowd. The menu is the Big Easy made simple with fried and blackened foods--and massive portions. The fried seafood is a popular choice, followed by the catch of the day. Pappadeaux's mild exotica comes in the form of gator tail and whole boiled crayfish.