On the Move @ K Paul's Louisiana Kitchen, New Orleans

A trip to New Orleans is not complete without trying the blackened Louisiana drum, bread pudding, etoufee, turtle soup, gumbo and the list goes on. K Paul's Kitchen from Chef Paul Prudhomme, who is known for using the freshest ingredients available in the city, specializes on all these NOLA favorites. You can't go wrong with anything on the menu!

I popped these fried crab claws like junk food! Succulent with just the right amount of meat on each claw.

Fresh drum fish from Louisiana waters seasoned and blackened in a cast iron skillet and served with mango salsa, potatoes and veggies. The drum fish has a similar texture and flavor of a catfish. I was delighted that the mango salsa gave this dish a burst of flavors amidst the bland fish.
I had to remove the big dallop of butter to taste the bread pudding as is. I couldn't finish this since I'm not fond of desserts with too much butter, but now I know what to do with leftover bread at home.
All yummy bread. My favorite is the corn bread with jalapeno.
If you are looking for authentic New Orleans food at a good price, head over to K Paul's. Don't forget to reserve since the dining table upstairs tend to fill up really fast.

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