Boudreaux's Louisiana Kitchen
A little taste of Louisiana right here in the Queen City. Boudreaux’s serves seafood, gumbo, and Cajun options, as well as a great weekend brunch. If you’ve never tried it and are feeling brave, order the gator bites.
Cuisine Type: Cajun
Ambience: Casual Dining
This was my 1st visit to NoDa & a local friend of mine brought me here, to satisfy our foodie cravings. He comes often, and had never tried the crab and spinach dip (DELICOUSNESS). Since I've been back to Texas, he's mentioned swinging by for it, a few times. I also had a cup of the seafood gumbo, which was thick, as it should be, and full of flavor! He had the low country shrimp & grits, and it was also flavorful- perfect consistency on those grits too
Service here is above and beyond! Unfortunately i am highly allergic to seafood so going out to eat can be a challenge.. the server and chef made sure to cook my food separately and took every precaution possible to assure there was no cross contamination
Sat outside due to Covid. It is a nice but small outside area that is on the side of the building, near the entrance. Great for people watching but will fill up fast. Great mixed drinks (gin and a bloody mary pictured). I had the cajun carbonara and it was excellent. Will definitely be back to try sitting inside and of course the gator bites!
Depends on the cook. I loved the gumbo. Bragged on it, had my coworkers try it. But on that day whoever cooked it did not apply the same passion and skill ;therefore, I was embarrassed because of how much I bragged. It was kinda watered down with no flavor. Maybe the cooks during the week are different then the ones on the weekends I usually get mine to go.
and grits was good... Alligator bites were over cooked, not tasty. Nice drinks...