DEEP SOUTH MENU
Ramos Gin Fizz // invented in New Orleans in 1888
Pimento Cheese // capsicum cheese spread sometimes referred to as ‘the pâté of the south’ served with saltines.
Boudin // homemade pork sausage (Pronounced BOO-dahn)
Pickled watermelon rind // A sweet & smokey habanero infused pickle.
Babettas bread and butter pickles // a tumeric infused pickled cucumber from a Louisianan mama.
Cajun Cracklin’ // Fried pork rinds.
Oyster Po’ Boy // The classic Louisianan sub sandwich.
Shrimp Remoulade // A rural Créole version of this classic prawn dish served as a salad.
Cajun Alligator // Sweet potato & green tomato salsa with North Queensland crocodile.
Fried Chicken & Andouille Gumbo // A soupy stew with a Cajun roux base with homemade andouille sausage and fresh okra.
Prejean’s Potato Salad // this can be mixed into your gumbo to cool and to add a creamy element.
Pecan Pie // a southern delight, a classic version with cream cheese pastry.
NOLA coffee // French coffee blended with roasted chicory.
*subject to change without notice
We’re taking you to Louisiana for dinner.
Louisiana’s complex blending of cultures has produced distinctive regional food traditions. We’re talking Creole, Cajun and good old southern style soul food. From the city styles of New Orleans to the outer limits were they catch and eat ‘gators, this meal is going to be a flavour sensation!
Date: 6pm, Saturday 23 May 2015.
Location: Tallebudgera/South Gold Coast, after payment you will be emailed the exact location. .
Cost: $55 donation, all inclusive. BYO additional drinks.
Can’t eat something?: If you’re vegetarian or have a food intolerance/allergy please email us, we always try and make it possible for you to attend!.
Book & Prepay: Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP. Your booking will be finalised after payment is received via PayPal using the button below :)