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Snatchy
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re: Best of the Best Louisiana Food Edition


Forgot about Cochon's boudin.





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yellowfin
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re: Best of the Best Louisiana Food Edition


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cochon has the best boudin in the state



The Lafayette location's boudin isn't in my top 20






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Snatchy
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re: Best of the Best Louisiana Food Edition


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Yellowfin


You seem to be experienced with Louisiana food. What is your top in each category?






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Catman88
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They certainly have the most overpriced link in the state thats for sure. I find it to be pretty average.





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Politiceaux
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Lester Earl






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Tommy Patel
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re: Best of the Best Louisiana Food Edition


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Po Boys

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Old Time Grocery








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yellowfin
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re: Best of the Best Louisiana Food Edition


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You seem to be experienced with Louisiana food. What is your top in each category?





I know way more about cooking than eating out, I can tell you my crawfish are better than either of the ones on your list






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Papercutninja
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I feel like Cochon's boudin is too clean. I know that sounds weird but I feel like it should almost taste a little dirty. It's hard to describe. Don't get me wrong, I love it but there are better.

If you are in Lafayette, you aren't far from Billy's or Don's Meat Market. Both are in Scott and both are fantastic.






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brmach
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East Trenton, LA
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Where's the boudin category?



Smoked boudin from Karchner's Grocery (the store by the bridge) in Krotz Springs.






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Icansee4miles
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re: Best of the Best Louisiana Food Edition


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Chops for Cracklings


Tell me more. I'm always searching for the best pork products.






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LSUbroker
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Member since Oct 2008
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re: Best of the Best Louisiana Food Edition


Gumbo
Charley Gs

Crawfish
Cajun Claws in Abbeville

Oysters
Shucks

Étouffée
Yellow Bowl in Jeanerette

Boudin
Billy's Smoked Boudin in Scott









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nikinik
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Mid City
Member since Jan 2009
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re: Best of the Best Louisiana Food Edition


Gumbo
Mr. B's

Crawfish
Sal's Seafood (Marrero)

Po Boys
Parkway
Magazine St. PoBoys
DiMartino's

Oysters
Drago's (char grilled)
Acme (raw)
Casamento's (fried)

Steak
O'Brien's Grille (Gretna...seriously)
Mr. John's
Ruth's Chris

Shrimp Dish
Commander's (Tasso Shrimp Henican)

Étouffée
Only eat it at home

Other great restaurants
Too many to name

Boudin
Haven't found any in New Orleans that I think is great

Cracklings
Toups Meatery






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bdevill
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Mar 2008
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re: Best of the Best Louisiana Food Edition


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Po Boys


If you're in the French Quarter and want to try a poboy, my favorite is Johnny's PoBoys at 511 Saint Louis Street. Get there between 10:30am and 11am to avoid the big line. I like the Johnny's Special.






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wickowick
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Head of Island
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Any chance of anyone wanting to map all these spots so if you are out driving around and get in once of these areas with the best of something you can stop and eat...





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bdevill
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re: Best of the Best Louisiana Food Edition



The mapped points could be numbered with the corresponding restaurant/store name and specialty listed on the side. Great idea.






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yellowfin
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re: Best of the Best Louisiana Food Edition


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Étouffée
Yellow Bowl in Jeanerette


Place is awesome


quote:

Gumbo
Charley Gs


Duck Gumbo






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CITWTT
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re: Best of the Best Louisiana Food Edition


Fried chicken and frog legs, Chesters in Gibson.





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LSUbroker
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oil and gas sales has benefited me to try the best and worst lafayete has to offer.





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lsutigerbandfan
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Amite, Louisiana
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If you're in the French Quarter and want to try a poboy, my favorite is Johnny's PoBoys at 511 Saint Louis Street. Get there between 10:30am and 11am to avoid the big line. I like the Johnny's Special.


+1






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JasonL79
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re: Best of the Best Louisiana Food Edition


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Po Boys




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Old Time Grocery


Lafayette does a lot of things right that New Orleans can't do but I would not put poboys up there. I can find better poboys in Baton Rouge than in Lafayette in my opinion. And even better in New Orleans obviously.






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