Had the best Sunday brunch in a long time here.
While we had to wait a while for a table due to its popularity and no reservations on Sundays, it was well worth the wait. The bar was open for refreshments so waiting was no problem.
The atmosphere is casual but the food is anything but.
Its local Cajun flavors but I guess in a fusion style.
We shared a number of dishes to taste as many as possible.
Started with sides of fried oysters - fresh and plump, and the best bacon ever - thick cut, and caramelized in a Pecan syrup!
Then split their Cajun Eggs Benedict - a real fusion of Cajun and modern. French toast spread with local Boudin, with poached eggs and a rich sausage Gumbo replacing the tradition Hollandaise.
Finished with their take on French Toast - french bread sandwich filled with cream cheese, dipped in egg and fried, then served with a fruit compote and at our request fresh cream rather than ice cream.
A visit to their web site photo page will have you drooling!
A must try in Lafayette!
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