The “B” in “Mr. B’s Bistro” stands for “Brennan”, and in the New Orleans restaurant world, it signifies that you’re in good hands. The extended Brennan family owns and operates more than a dozen of the city’s best restaurants, including Red Fish Grill, Cafe Adelaide, Napoleon House, Ralph’s on the Park, and the jewel in the crown, Commander’s Palace.
This is Mr. B’s Royal Street Salad, made with whole leaf baby Romaine lettuce tossed with crumbled bleu cheese, bacon, and a fresh herb market vinaigrette.
And for the main, I had roast beef, cottage fries with more of that bleu cheese, and string beans. After a week of French, Cajun, and Creole cuisine, it was a very Anglo-American meal.