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Cafe Atchafalaya

901 Louisiana Avenue, New Orleans, LA - (504) 891-9626
This charming Garden District restaurant in an old corner house is a paradise for taste buds tickled by southern-style meat and three.
100% Approval Rating (6 votes)

Scorecard

4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
bread pudding
pork chops
fried green tomatoes
Fried Tomato Po-Boy

Highlighted Reviews

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Michael Stern - Photos (4)
Roadfood.com Editor
"Vegetable lovers alert! CafĂ© Atchafalaya, a charming Garden District restaurant in an old corner house, is a paradise for taste buds tickled by southern-style produce. Not to slight such extraordinary entrees as pork chops with andouille and cornbread stuffing and a ..."   [Read More]
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David Smith
January 27, 2010
"This is dressed-up (as in fancy, not as in with gravy) Southern food. I had the fried tomato po-boy: heavenly. After my first trip into the South, I have an addiction to fried green tomatoes. These were light and delicious, not the heavy ones. The po-boy bread was ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

901 Louisiana Avenue, New Orleans, LA
(504) 891-9626

http://www.atchafalayarestaurant.com/

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Lunch
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:Yes
Alcohol Served:Yes
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:Yes
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:No
Eight wonderful vegetables.  On the left are Creole baked tomato, corn fritters, candied yams, and succotash.  On the right:  black-eyed peas, butter beans, a Vidalia onion, and turnip greens.
"Eight wonderful vegetables. On the left are Creole baked tomato, corn fritters, candied yams, and succotash. On the right: black-eyed peas, butter beans, a Vidalia onion, and turnip greens."
Michael Stern





New Orleans chefs are proud of their bread pudding.  We've eaten none better than Cafe Atchafalaya's, which is topped with a high-proof cognac sauce.
"New Orleans chefs are proud of their bread pudding. We've eaten none better than Cafe Atchafalaya's, which is topped with a high-proof cognac sauce."
Michael Stern


Like the food, the chalkboard menu at Cafe Atchafalaya is colorful and lovely to look at.
"Like the food, the chalkboard menu at Cafe Atchafalaya is colorful and lovely to look at."
Michael Stern


Inside the front door, you will see pans of cornbread on the counter, ready to be cut for dinner-table breadbaskets.
"Inside the front door, you will see pans of cornbread on the counter, ready to be cut for dinner-table breadbaskets."
Michael Stern



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