Cafe Delphine

Hours of Operation

Sunday:  11 AM - 8 PM

Wednesday:  3 PM - 10 PM

Thursday:  5 PM - 10PM

Friday:  5 PM - 11 PM

Saturday:  11 AM - 11 PM


 Due to carpet repairs, Cafe Delphine will be closed on: March 25-29.


Step into the all-new Cafe Delphine, offering an array of dishes, at a lower price, suitable for any palate. With its beautiful new décor and warm and friendly staff, the menu features award-winning gumbo and soups, steak, seafood, and poultry dishes, fresh baked breads and spectacular desserts that will leave your sweet tooth craving more. This addition to Cypress Bayou’s restaurant lineup incorporates your favorite dishes from the former Café Bayou along with new menu items you are sure to love.


Boiled Shrimp Dinner Special Every Wednesday

Boiled shrimp is back! 1 lb. boiled shrimp, boiled potatoes, boiled corn on the cob, and boiled sausage with shrimp sauce served with jalapeno corn muffin. Early Bird $14.95 from 3pm-5pm - $19.95 from 5pm-10pm

Due to carpet replacement planned on Wednesday, March 28 the boiled shrimp special will be served in the Pavilion and will include a complimentary beverage AND bread pudding. Thank you for your patience during this time.

Chicken Fried Steak Special Every Sunday

Tenderized USDA Choice beef hand breaded and served with country gravy and your choice of side.

Take Me Back Favorites - Hamburger Steak Dinner Special Every Thursday

12 oz. fresh ground, grilled to temperature, topped with grilled onions, peppers, mushrooms and brown gravy. $10.95

Easter Special - Sunday, April 1

Baked ham with cherry pineapple glaze, rice dressing, broccoli casserole, praline sweet potatoes. $13.95

Minors may dine with a parent or legal guardian. A parent or legal guardian, 21 years of age or older, must accompany minors at all times and travel through the casino using the designated paths.

cafe delphine

Delphine Darden Stouff was a tribal member and medicine woman known for her snakebite cure. She was the last fluent speaker of the Chitimacha language. She was one of the participants who was recorded for hours giving language information (legends and stories) to people sent here to study and preserve the language in the 1930s. These important recordings are the basis for the Chitimacha language revitalization program today. Delphine was also a basket weaver.