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Steven
Los Angeles, California

New Orleans

Unique Foods?

Hi Everyone,

I am an adventurous eater who loves trying things that I couldn't get elsewhere. I am looking forward to trying some Alligator dishes, but wanted to see if there are any other unique dishes worth trying? 

Happy to hear about general dishes or specific places to eat. I am staying in the french quarter. Thanks!! 


4 Answers

answered by
Katherine from San Diego

Another unique dish you can try is turtle.  Along with alligator, it is a popular unusual ingredient in New Orleans.  We had alligator bisque and turtle bolognese.  There are a ton of unique dishes to try in New Orleans.  15 Traditional New Orleans Foods




answered by
Polly from Washington, DC

Beignets and chickory coffee at Café du Monde, muffalettas at Central Grocery, Bananas Foster at Brennan's Restaurant, chargrilled oysters, jambalaya, gumbo, etouffee, red beans and rice, po' boy sandwiches, pralines... there's so much good food that's native to New Orleans and Louisiana!


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answered by
Stacey from Jackson, Mississippi

Burger and baked potato at Port of Call, BBQ Oysters at Red Fish Grill, Raw oysters and red beans and rice at Acme Oyster House, Anything at GW Fins; Cochon Restaurant for Fried Alligator. You picked the right place to come eat.


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answered first by
Jerry from Colorado

boudin, Cajun sausage made with pork, alligator, chicken or whatever meat protein is available, spices, and rice! delicious






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