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You're greeted with the smell of an old fashioned, local supermarket, a smokey wonderful scent. They have a deli with the bread, cracklin's (deep fried pork skins and fat) and daily prepared meals. The meat market counter has the boudin (a spicy rice/meat mixture stuffed...More
Everyone is forgetting the only reason I go to Bourque's ehen i pass through the area. The fresh sausage of course, and the home made sausage jalapeño cheese bread. If you catch a batch fresh from the over then that's a good day. But I...More
Average as a staple supermarket but lots of local prepared specialty foods are available, such as sausages, roux, BBQ sauce, quail eggs, etc. etc. Too much cayenne in the stuffed peppers we bought. Could have put it on the side.
We travel around Louisiana trying every boudin maker we can. We also sample the sausages and cracklin. We have tried most places between the Mississippi River and the Texas state line. We had heard a lot about Bourque's over the years and were expecting great...More
This little supermarket is a neat find and certainly off the beaten track but worth the adventure to fine it. They have a great selection of fresh meats, especially the ones stuffed with Cajun seasonings. The jalapeño bread is baked fresh daily and there is...More
For years we've seen the sign on Hwy 190 in Port Barre pointing the Bourque's, so yesterday we followed the sign hoping to get some good Cajun food. Folks in the store were so friendly, but ...
From the hot lunch counter we had boudin...More
I am from Opelousas, we know good food.
We, by chance, live in Baton Rouge, yet we know that Bourque's Sausage is , compared to any, the best.
We've eaten Meche's, Kelly's, and Billy's--Bourque's is c-o-n-s-i-s-t-e-n-t-l-y the best every time.