Very good. We had reservations and we were seated quickly. The food was wonderful. The waitress was helpful and very friendly. The only negative was the music was so loud it was difficult to carry on a conservation.
Fabulous! Fine dining at it's best. This is without a doubt, the most complete cuisine coupled with ambience, of them all. I would recommend this to the Queen of England!
Wonderful in every way!
Good food and great brunch. I think this place is a must for brunch whenever you go to New Orleans. For $80 a couple, you can stuff yourself and try all sorts of delicious items. It is a buffet but it sure does not taste like one. I recommend going on Sunday for Jazz Brunch to enjoy the music. You will roll yourself out. Brunch includes music, half a bottle of mimosas, brunch and dessert. Ambiance is very nice and it is very laid back.
Bad Service. Unfortunately, the decor and even the fantastic musical trio did not win-out over the lack of service. The food lines were long and the buffet staff is pushy in their attempt to replenish the food. We had to ask twice for coffee refills and the check took 10 minutes to get to us. For the amount this Buffet costs, I expected much, much more.
Evil Sister/Good Sister?.
Gosh, do these two sisters even come from the same family? Is it possible that only one schizophrenic sister exists with her good days and bad days?
The evil sister must have been running the show, the day my partner and I walked in and identified ourselves as innkeepers at a local bed & breakfast. Despite the courtyard being half-empty, we were asked if we had reservations. Answering no, we were handed a colored doubloon which apparently signaled the hostess to punish us with the worst possible table at the back of the courtyard where the faintest breeze would never find us. We asked to be reassigned, and begrudgingly, she moved us.
Yes, the ambiance is lovely. But the food was mediocre at best. To top it off, the entire buffet area smelled like it been just been hosed down with ammonia.
Recommended to our guests? Absolutely not.
Best Jazz Brunch.
As a return visitor to New Orleans, I can tell you that Court of Two Sisters' Jazz Brunch is the best in the city. Not only will you get more bang per buck, but the vast selection of food is fantastic and delish.
The staff is friendly and prompt, the buffet is continuously replenished so that no one is disappointed.
Wow. A must try. Jazz brunch is excellent here. Although it is a little pricey, it is worth the green. Jazz quartet is an added bonus to the immense variety of dishes served. Anything from breakfast to desert, salad, seafood; its all here. Courtyard provides an excellent atmosphere when the weather is permittable. A little difficult to get to, but after the meal, the Quarter is at your fingertips.
pretty location is key. beuatiful courtyard makes this place a winner, although weather might make it uncomfortable. Enjoyed the Two Sisters Three seafood salad trio, but found the oyesters 2-2-2 a little heavy. I was with a group of 10 and all the food seemed very good, but very heavy on cream, cheese, and other fats.
Court of Two Sisters. We were looking forward to experiencing the Court of Two Sisters, all the tourist books and a friend that goes to New Orleans annually recommended it. They were wrong. The food was very bland and the service was poor. It was very costly. but had the food and service been better it wouldn't have mattered so much. I requested a Ceaser salad, but the waiter said "not tonight, that the lettuce was wilted". Later in our meal, I noticed that 2 other tables wer receiving Ceaser salad. The waiter had to make it at the table. Our waiter just didn't want to take the time.
Nothing but class. Court of Two Sisters is what the good life is all about. The brunch buffet is fantastic, as well as the atmosphere, deep within the french quarter. It feels as if time has stood still there, making for a wonderful experience.
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