|Stil Essen||Cajun/Creole, Italian, Seafood, Southern|
|Spezialitätenrestaurant||Abendessen, Getränke, Mittagessen|
|Dienstleistungen eines Restaurants||Gastronomie, Gruppen, Kinder, Reservieren, Walkins|
Chef Ross Eirich
As a third generation chef, Ross Eirich shares a rich history and love of exceptional cuisine, following in the footsteps of his great grandfather and grandfather, both restaurateurs, Chef Eirich took an entry level position at Drago’s in Metairie, LA. Certain of his career path and quite interested in cooking, Chef Ross attended and graduated from the Culinary Arts Department of Delgado Community College. While in school, he had started as kitchen aide at Galatoire's in New Orleans in 1994. His adventure then led him to train under Master Chef Kevin Graham before returning to the the famed kitchens of Galatoire's as a line cook. He left again to work as a sous chef for the Bravo! Corporation, opening both the New Orleans and Metairie locations. He then returned to Galatoire's in 2000 as an established chef. Chef Ross took the reigns of the Bourbon Street mainstay and continued the restaurant's tradition of serving the inimitable French-Creole dishes. Specializing in the stuffed eggplant, shrimp remoulade, trout amandine, and oysters Rockefeller loved by generations of Galatoire's diners, Ross helped the restaurant win the coveted James Beard Foundation's Outstanding Restaurant Award in 2005.
In 2006, Ross left Galatoire's behind for good and moved his family north of Lake Pontchartrain. With dreams of his own restaurants becoming finalized he and his family settled in the city of Slidell. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and with a determined spirit, Chef Ross started rebuilding his dreams and has opened Red Fish Trading Company (2006) and Nick & Nate's Catering Co (2007), while awaiting the completion of his first full service restaurant, Nathans