New Orleans is one of the culinary capitals of the U.S. The culinary scene reflects the romance of its citizens with food. You have to try the Cajun, Creole, and French influenced cuisine here to experience the vibrant and soulful city vibe.
New Orleans food is as delicious as the less criminal forms of sin. ~ Mark Twain
Dig in a huge plateful of buttery and flavorful, original Char-grilled Oysters at Drago’s Seafood Restaurant.
Savor the locally popular, rich and well-seasoned rice dish- Gumbo.
Please your senses with the bold flavors of Jambalaya. The traditional casserole is cooked with rice and sausages or juicy shrimps.
Indulge in the comfort food of creamy Rice and Beans traditionally made on Mondays.
Satisfy your hunger with a saucy and well-filled Po’ Boy served between crusty French baguette.
Try the gourmet Italian Muffaletta sandwich with lots of cured meat, olives, dressing, and of course Cheese.
The New Orleans style BBQ Shrimp has nothing to do with grills. They are baked in lots of butter to make them juicy and messy must-try dish.
Peel and enjoy the boiled Crawfish- a local crustacean similar to a lobster.
Sip some aromatic coffee with fried donuts known as Beignets at the iconic Cafe du Monde in the French Quarter.
Favored by the locals and tourists alike, the Pralines are a handmade and unique local candy you simply have to taste.