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.
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
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