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Having seen Northeast Louisiana Children's Museum, it's time to have a rest at this restaurant. Taste Cajun and Creole cuisines here. Order mouthwatering nacho chips, etouffee and fried prawns. The truth is that you will really like nicely cooked bread pudding, cheesecakes and chocolate cakes. When visiting Trapp's, it's a must to try delicious draft beer, whiskey or margaritas. You may come across notes that tea is great here.

The great location of this place makes it easy to reach even in rush hours. A number of reviewers consider the staff efficient. The fabulous service is something these restaurateurs care about. This spot provides food at attractive prices. The fine decor and nice atmosphere let clients feel relaxed here. Google users awarded this restaurant 4.5.

Best in the city

Cosy atmosphere
Outdoor seating

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user_Ross Rogers
Top shelf food, great service!
The food is awesome, the staff is great, need a bigger dinning area, tables and chairs needs to be more steady and they are not comfortable but I love the outdoor patio off the river..drinks are good.
user_Denise S.
Arrived about 8:30 on a Wednesday night. Party of two. Seating was prompt. Hostess came by to get our drink order because our server was tied up with a large party. Very nice, this is looking good. Seafood nachos for an appetizer. Like everyone has written, it is enormous and could almost be an entree for two. Loved the house made potato chips and tons of tasty, fried crawfish tails. Plenty of medium shrimp but they were tasteless. He ordered the crawfish smothered catfish, salad and corn. The corn side was very unusual but tasty. He said the catfish was good but not memorable. I ordered the chicken and sausage jambalaya. It was similar to when you make a big pot of chicken pilau for a crowd and it sits around on the stove for awhile. And when you get to the bottom, the chicken is all dark and dry. My jambalaya was similar.  It sat around for a while. Is that what you should expect when you order something an hour and a half before the kitchen closes?  I don't think so. 86 it from the menu and don't serve it. Couldn't differentiate between the chicken and the sausage because they were both dried out, a dark brown color, and the exact same color as the rice. Visually it wasn't very appetizing. It did taste better than it looked but that's not saying much. I've eaten enough jambalaya around Louisiana and New Orleans proper and I was disappointed. Was it terrible? No. Would I order it again? No. Would I return to Trapp's? Maybe. But that's not saying much.
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Cajun, Creole, Seafood, Vegetarian options
Closed now
$$$$ Price range per person $11 - $30
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Get directions 113 S Riverfront St
West Monroe, Louisiana, USA
113 S Riverfront St, West Monroe, Louisiana, USA
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Delivery Takeaway Booking Wheelchair accessible Parking TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 11AM-11PM
WednesdayWed 11AM-11PM
ThursdayThu 11AM-11PM
FridayFri 11AM-11PM
SaturdaySat 11AM-11PM

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