Sunday

Montreal Moments: Keeping warm with spicy cajun & creole at Montreal's La Louisiane

 I can't believe I've lived in Montreal all my life and had never been to La Louisiane. It's such a fun restaurant!  The place was bustling, there was fabulous jazz music playing overhead, and the food was rich and spicy, and warmed me to the core. I loved it!

I loved that they served fresh cornbread biscuits instead of traditional bread, and that the open kitchen was continually lit up with huge blasts of flames from the stove top. I can't wait to go back and eat more of those firecracker shrimp! La Louisiane is the perfect choice for a cold Montreal winter night.

(images #4-7 via La Louisiane website)

7 comments:

Ren- Lady Of The Arts said...

Yum- sounds delish!

Dancing Branflake said...

Oh yum! You got some great photos!

Alice said...

Yum! Wow, I haven't been in over a decade. Now I really want to go! Happy valentine's day!
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Diana Mieczan said...

Sounds like a fantastic place, darling. Happy Valentine's day:) Muah

Emily said...

ohhhhh I wanna go!!!! How was the price??

Lady Grey said...

Emily, it really wasn't that bad, compared to a lot of Montreal restaurant, I thought it was very reasonable.

Emily said...

Great! I'll try to check it out next time I'm in the mood to go out.
I love the whole creole/new orleans vibe.

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