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Monday, 17 December 2012



glad you got to re-connect with this place.


Hi Kat - You're right it was nice.....


Wow, everything looks great. The Crawfish Etouffe looks really good. I'm intrigued by the Creole Caviar.


Oh, I'd look forward to reading your opinion on the gumbo! i love gumbo!! =)


mmmm... i love bud's but, after some trial and error years ago, i almost always order the same thing now: jalepeño corn bread, three or four fried oysters on the side, and the catfish st. charles dish (and sweet tea - so addicting). i think i also remember enjoying the crawfish étouffée once and the mardi gras pasta once (got it for take-out and it was super yummy leftover). their latest location is the best (and largest - the other ones were so small) and actually has decent parking (parking was way more of a hassle at both the kettner and tierrasanta locations). hm, haven't been to buds for ages but now i'm hungry for it again!


Hi Carol - That's the Missus favorite.

I hope to get to it soon Lynnea!

Hi Dancing - I agree, this location is good. I thought the food had gone downhill a bit at the Tierrasanta location, but seems to have recovered here.

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