airport_transferbarbathtubbusiness_facilitieschild_activitieschildcareconnecting_roomcribsfree_wifigymhot_tubinternetkitchennon_smokingpetpoolresturantski_in_outski_shuttleski_storagesmoking_areaspastar
Sign In
©Michael Mattingly/Flickr
©Michael Mattingly/Flickr
Save to wishlist

The Best International Cuisine In New Orleans

Picture of Lauren Gruber
Updated: 7 December 2016
The flavorful cuisines of New Orleans combine the influences of many cultural traditions; from Creole to Afro-Carribean. Read on for our guide to the best international restaurants in this Louisiana city.
©Melanie Innis/Flickr
©Melanie Innis/Flickr

©Melanie Innis/Flickr

Save to wishlist

Bennachin

Bennachin doesn’t skimp on quality when it comes to its vegetarian-friendly, West African food. The BYOB enchants with lunch specials and its plentiful Gambian and Cameroonian dishes. The Sisay Singho is sure to please, with its baked chicken, plantains and coconut rice. It’s a great hidden gem for low-key, laid-back lunches. Any vegetable dish served over cous cous and their tomato sauce is award-worthy.

Bennachin, 1212 Royal St New Orleans, LA 70116 504-522-1230

Sukho Thai

The Thai restaurant features a delicious variety of dishes with a full bar including fine wine, sakes, Asian beers and Thai specialty cocktails. The fresh ingredients are standouts, with extensive vegetarian and vegan entree options on the menu. Patrons can also order by spice level. Don’t miss out on the seafood and noodle options with spicy and tangy sauces.

Sukho Thai, 2200 Royal St New Orleans, LA 70117 504-948-9309

©Alyson Hurt/Flickr

©Alyson Hurt/Flickr

Save to wishlist

Carmo

Located in the Warehouse district, Carmo serves tropical, Caribbean, Latin American and Brazilian cuisines with plentiful vegetarian and vegan dishes. They emphasize their fresh, organic ingredients in their traditionally-inspired plates. These dishes aren’t boring, as the chefs know flavoring and seasoning. Rico sandwiches and broken noodle dishes are standouts, but also try their exotic tropical fruit drinks with the likes of caja and cacau.

Carmo, 527 Julia St New Orleans, LA 70130 504-875-4132

©Derek Bridges/Flickr

©Derek Bridges/Flickr

Save to wishlist

Magasin

The Vietnamese Cafe, Magasin, inspires with its authentic pho dishes and banh mi sandwiches. Customers love their specialty egg rolls. For something light, lemongrass chicken or vermicelli with veggies is a good option.

Magasin Vietnamese Cafe, 4201 Magazine St New Orleans, LA 70115 504-896-7611

©Megg/Flickr©Megg/Flickr

Save to wishlist

Atchafalaya Restaurant

Great for brunch, but open until the late evening, Atchafalaya servers makes your cravings and fantasies come true. For brunch, a Bloody Mary bar is set up with fun additions like hot sauces. Specialties like alligator sausage and eggs atchafalaya, with jumbo lump crab and hollandaise sauce, are standouts, but also look out for their Southern comfort foods like fried green tomatoes and house-made cocktails.

Atchafalaya Restaurant, 901 Louisiana Ave New Orleans, LA 70115 504-891-9626

©Robert Young/Flickr©Robert Young/Flickr

Save to wishlist

K-Paul’s

K Paul’s offers gourmet Cajun and Creole cuisine to hungry residents and visitors of New Orleans. Must-trys are the blackened drum and the pan fried rabbit. Among the other Cajun delicacies are the pheasant, quail and andouille gumbo. It’s also set in a stunning 1834 French quarter structure with seasonal balcony seating.

K-Paul’s, 416 Chartres St New Orleans, LA 70130 504-596-2530