The Low Down
When to Go: There's live music on the weekends, and a Big Easy-style party scene every night.
The Extras: Po'boy sandwiches include classic fillings like fried oysters or soft-shell crab with butter and pickles, as well as a less-traditional selection of meats and cheeses with lettuce, tomato and mustard.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
At Harold Legaux's family-run Cajun restaurant, the quality of the cooking is even more impressive than the gargantuan portions. That's why this place, which has evolved from humble beginnings into casually elegant confines, is alwaysâ¦
Best Creole Restaurant
By Sarah B. at Judy's Book
In 1984 Harold and Denise brought in partners Al and Sue Honore. Together they expanded the restaurant from 12 dining tables to 35 dining tables, a... Read More
Great food/Could be more traditional New Orleans
By Doris B at Insider Pages
My Daughter took me to Harold & Bell on Saturday May 1st and I thought the food was great. The beans were a bit salty, However I did enjoy my meal... Read More
By Sharon V at Insider Pages
Harold & Belle's has been in Los Angeles for many years now. They serve up delicious creole foods. I make really good red beans and rice. Yet it... Read More
Good Food, Good Service Waiter but bad food service.
By Karen L at Insider Pages
We were a party of 18, I ordered the CatFish Dinner with Fries, I was the frist to order.. My friend seated next to me ordered a Comb. Plate.. Ever... Read More
By Luana S at Insider Pages
I have been to this restaurant once and wasnt overly impressed. Everyone talks about the huge servings which is great. But what I look for first ... Read More