Restaurants in New Orleans..Yummy!

Restaurants in New Orleans strives and succeeds to epitomize the term flavor. Here, restaurants dot the city putting forth their own brand of memorable charm and remarkable tastes.

The city not only offers the Cajun and Creole food that it is known for but famed international cuisine that fuses spices from the world over.

One cannot leave the city without tasting the many dishes that restaurants in New Orleans are known for. Spicy gumbo, red beans and rice, shrimp etouffé, jambalaya, New Orleans dirty rice and a host of others.

Restaurants solely devoted to Creole and Cajun cuisine include, the Gumbo Shop on St. Peters Street offering indoor and courtyard dining, K-Paul’s Louisiana kitchen on Chartres Street in the upper French Quarter, Royal Café on Royal Street and for a more formal setting fit with glistening chandeliers is Galatoires on Bourbon.

Here one can find the New Orleans standards with inventive twists to the gumbo dishes, great seafood done in any manner to order and remarkable sauces and spices thrown into every legendary meal.

Those noted for great international cuisine include Café Siam in the midst of the Faubourg Marigny offering inexpensive but tasteful Thai. Le Madeline’s, a chain French restaurant whose reputation is vouched for solely upon the goodness of their tomato basil and French onion soups.

Lebanon Café on Carrolton Avenue in the Garden District, serving up distinct Middle Eastern dishes and on the pricier edge, Bacco whose Italian holds its own and whose Sunday brunch is a standard setting occasion.

And then there are those places whose reputation is held intact by its faithful diners, places that stay open well into the night and offer up simple yet tasteful dishes that keep them coming. Angeli’s downtown, Camellia Grill and Trolley Stop Café uptown in the Garden District and Mother’s in the CBD.

Here, in any one of these restaurants in New Orleans, one can order savory burgers, stuffed po’boy and muffulletta sandwiches and a plate of red beans and rice for a fraction of the cost given their locations.

Remember also desert. To successfully satisfy that craving for something sweet is the legendary Café Du Monde serving up war beignets dusted in sugar with a cup of savory café au lait to finish off the evening.

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