Billedeaux’s Cajun Kitchen is a local favorite in Lake Charles, Louisiana. In addition to hearty chicken and sausage gumbo, Billedeaux’s Kitchen is also known for its jambalaya, smoked game meats and house-made boudin. Additionally, enthusiasts can order boudin to be shipped home.
Billedeaux’s Kitchen, 2633 Fruge Street, Lake Charles, USA, +1 337 439 9944
Boudreaux and Thibodeau are central characters in Cajun lore and humor, with numerous stories told about their adventures and mishaps. These stories are passed down from generation to generation, as are Cajun culinary traditions. At Boudreaux & Thibodeau, guests can sample seafood gumbo or chicken and sausage gumbo.
Boudreaux & Thibodeau, 5602 West Main Street, Houma, USA, +1 985 872 4711
Located right across the way from the New Orleans French Market, Coop’s Place has been a French Quarter staple since 1983. The menu features traditional Cajun and Creole fare, including Coop’s Place house specialty seafood gumbo. In addition to gumbo, this casual dining establishment is also well known for its rabbit and sausage jambalaya.
Coop’s Place, 1109 Decatur Street, New Orleans, USA, +1 504 525 9053
In the heart of the New Orleans French Quarter, the Gumbo Shop is well known as one of the best spots in the city to get a steaming bowl of gumbo. Guests can choose between seafood okra gumbo or chicken andouille gumbo, the latter of which has been selected by locals as the best bowl of gumbo in the city.
Gumbo Shop, 630 Saint Peter Street, New Orleans, USA, +1 504 525 1486