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Bourque's Supermarket

581 Saizan St., Port Barre, LA - (337) 585-6261
Here is a Cajun supermarket known for its jalapeno sausage cheese bread, a round loaf chockablock with savory bits of sausage and hot pepper and melted cheese. Ready-to-eat foods range from corn dogs to crusty boudin balls with creamy/savory insides and a superspicy afterburn.
85% Approval Rating (7 votes)

Scorecard

4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Jalapeno Sausage Cheese Bread
Cracklins
Boudin Ball

Highlighted Reviews

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Michael Stern - Photos (8)
Roadfood.com Editor
"An otherwise ordinary supermarket where the people of Port Barre come to buy Cheerios, potato chips, bacon, and eggs, Bourque's lured us off Highway 190 with a road sign boasting that it was "Home of the Original Jalapeno Sausage Cheese Bread." Having never even ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

581 Saizan St., Port Barre, LA
(337) 585-6261

http://www.bourquespecialties.com/

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:No Data
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:Yes
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:Yes
This is a small round loaf of Jalapeno Sausage Cheese Bread, suitable for one or two people.
"This is a small round loaf of Jalapeno Sausage Cheese Bread, suitable for one or two people."
Michael Stern





Here's the loaf of Jalapeno Sausage Cheese bread torn open to reveal the goodies laced inside.
"Here's the loaf of Jalapeno Sausage Cheese bread torn open to reveal the goodies laced inside."
Michael Stern


When you hanker for lard and plenty of it, Bourque's has what you need.
"When you hanker for lard and plenty of it, Bourque's has what you need."
Michael Stern


This is where citizens of Port Barre and beyond come to do their grocery shopping. For tourists like ourselves, it is a fascinating look at the ingredients of the true Cajun kitchen.
"This is where citizens of Port Barre and beyond come to do their grocery shopping. For tourists like ourselves, it is a fascinating look at the ingredients of the true Cajun kitchen."
Michael Stern


This boudin ball is deep fried until crusty on the outside. The interior is moist and savory.
"This boudin ball is deep fried until crusty on the outside. The interior is moist and savory."
Michael Stern


We never buy cracklins. They are too delicious, and we'd eat too many if we had an endless supply. The ladies behind the counter at Bourque's were kind enough to give us a tiny taste. Wonderful!
"We never buy cracklins. They are too delicious, and we'd eat too many if we had an endless supply. The ladies behind the counter at Bourque's were kind enough to give us a tiny taste. Wonderful!"
Michael Stern


Eek! Some items in the butcher's case were -- how shall we say it? -- not for those of delicate culinary sensibility. This beef bouille, made up of innards no one likes to talk about, is essential for serious boudin noir.
"Eek! Some items in the butcher's case were -- how shall we say it? -- not for those of delicate culinary sensibility. This beef bouille, made up of innards no one likes to talk about, is essential for serious boudin noir."
Michael Stern


There's a sign like this out on Highway 190. It's what drew us to Bourque's, which is about a mile off the road.
"There's a sign like this out on Highway 190. It's what drew us to Bourque's, which is about a mile off the road."
Michael Stern



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