A native of southeastern Louisiana (Houma), as rule we do not eat Cajun anything outside of Louisiana. Nate’s is the exception!! Truly a “down the bayou experience. The decor is like most little local restaurants you will find in LA. C. Salvador was our server. He was pleasant and fun. Gave us great information about the restaurant and made our dining experience most enjoyable. I was bouncing back between seafood platter and a steak. He suggested a steak Pontchartrain - ribeye with a mushroom sauce and lump crabmeat. Cooked to perfection , very tasty. My wife had shrimp and catfish. The batter was cornmeal based instead of flour which is very difficult to find outside of Louisiana.
Our meal was served quickly and drinks never low. This is a great don’t miss for a taste of true south Louisiana. Looking forward to dining there again
I was born and reared in Dallas. We are not known for Cajun food here, so it is a blessing to have an authentic Louisiana dining experience in the city. I have been going to Nate's Seafood since 2000. It's my first choice when I'm in the Addison area.
This is my favorite restaurant. Why? First, the atmosphere is very inclusive and caring. I have never had a bad moment at Nate's. I just feel like I'm family. Second, those Louisiana flavors satisfy my Texas palate for spicy and hot vittles.
I can't really suggest any item because it is all good. Them crawfish with JP juice are to die for. I like the blacken chicken. That Pontchartrain sauce is heaven on most items.
Coming to Nate’s is like being back at home. My wife and I are originally from New Orleans. So it’s very hard to find authentic Cajun food.
Nate’s is the place we come to.
I would recommend anyone who is looking for the “real deal” to check out this place. I promise you won’t be disappointed.
I wasn't overly impressed with Nate's. The food was fine and the price on most things was decent. If I were to stop back in I'd stick to staple dishes like gumbo or a po boy, the entree I had was overrated.