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The Delachaise Restaurant Review: From its elegant little street-side courtyard to the interior red walls and banquettes, a window-lined front section and secluded back seating area, The Delachaise, located along the Uptown streetcar line, maintains a romantic vibe. Beyond mere ambience, however, the towering chalkboards behind the bar list a selection of wines, beers and spirits to complement the menu. Expect the unexpected: perhaps only in New Orleans would one find frogs’ legs with rémoulade sauce and Cuban twice-cooked pork on the same menu. There's always a pasta dish of the night, and a special is offered each evening as well. Small plates include artisan cheeses, steamed mussels and some good vegetarian choices. Be good to yourself and stay long enough to enjoy a molten chocolate soufflé.