Beforehand, and while at Green Goddess, we were told the produce used was local and organically grown, the shrimp are wild-caught and the beef is 100% grass-fed. We were not able to get specific farming information to back up these statements. Therefore, we did not necessarily come away feeling confident in the staff’s portrayal of ingredients on hand. Many gluten-free and vegan options are offered.
Green Goddess offers entrees, starters, and salads with Thai, Soul, Cajun, and even French influences.
What I Ordered
We ordered Patatas Bravas which was basically crispy potatoes topped with Romesco, Manchester and Garlic Aioli. This appetizer was amazingly delicious. The toppings created a great flavor and the sliced potatoes were the perfect crispness on the outside and moist on the inside.
Located in the French Quarter, the Green Goddess is tucked away in a quiet, I’d even say romantic, alley. I was there at night and struggled to hear any shenanigans from nearby Bourbon Street. The alley is charming which is great since most of the seating is outdoors. Inside seating is very limited.
The Green Goddess serves great tasting food with several clean options. However, I encourage you to ask more specifics about the ingredients.