Posted on Jan 22, 2014 | Comments 0
If there is something that Louisiana is known for, is the variety that its native cuisine offers. It doesn’t really matter where you enjoy it, you will be able to appreciate the Creole and Cajun traditions along with the Spanish, Portuguese, Native American, and African influences.
Jolie’s Louisiana Bistro
Here you will find a highly inventive and sophisticated version of the Creole cuisine. If you would like to take a trip to this restaurant, you have to make sure that you make reservations in advance, because a lot of people would like to have a table there. As a matter of fact, the chef of the restaurant has been invited to New York as a guest chef.
Suires Grocery and Restaurant
In case you are looking for country cooking, this is the place for you. The menu is surprisingly extensive and it represents well the Cajun cuisine. Try some of the regional classics, such as boudin balls, fig cake, brisket corn stew, crawfish pistolette, and turtle sauce piquante.
Although this is a casual bistro, you can be sure that you won’t be disappointed by the food. The place is known for the surprising combinations of shrimp and artichokes, gulf fish with pecans, crispy prosciutto with blackberry jam, seared foiegras with homemade biscuits and quail egg and bacon jam with fried chicken livers served with black eyed pea hummus.
This is a cozy and unpretentious diner where the guests truly feel like family. However, the place is not known only for the warm welcome that the guests receive, but for the stellar food. You should try the fried pork chops, smothered cabage, candied yams, chicken stew, turkey necks, red beans with rice, and peach cobbler.
Since breakfast is the most important meal of the day, the owners of this place though they would come up with some innovative dishes to have in the morning. Their creations include poached egg with gumbo, biscuit sandwich with bacon, boudin sausage and champagne berry compote.
The resort town restaurant is known for refined food, expertly crafted cocktails, and top-notch service. You have to make sure you try the shrimp bisque, crawfish boil, gumbo, and duck a l’orange. These dishes will have you go back for more.
No matter what you like regarding food, you can be sure that a trip to Louisiana will broaden your horizons.
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