Bailey's Bayou




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Bailey's Bayou  offers authentic New Orleans cuisine that’s sure to keep you coming back. Browse through our savory selection of mouthwatering dishes:

Gumbo

A very popular stew dish in N’awlins, gumbo consists of Cajun spices, a strongly flavored stock, meat or shellfish, roux, okra, filé powder, and Louisianians’ "Holy Trinity" of vegetables: celery, bell peppers, and onions. This comes with any combination of meats like crabs, lump crab meat, shrimp, or chicken and andouille. 

Étouffée

This is a Cajun and Creole dish typically served with a protein over rice. 

It’s generally thicker than a gumbo (which is usually served as a soup, rather than as an entree) and focuses on one meat. 

Jambalaya

Jambalaya has two main categories: Creole and Cajun. Their difference? It’s in the order in which the ingredients are cooked and whether tomatoes are used. Creole jambalaya, also known as red jambalaya, has tomatoes. 

Po’ Boy

This Louisiana’s traditional sandwich comes with:

  • Bologna (Grilled)
  • Catfish (Fried)
  • Chicken (Fried or Grilled)
  • Louisiana Hot Sausage (Grilled)
  • Oyster (Fried)
  • Shrimp (Fried or Grilled)

Shrimp Creole

This consists of tomatoes, the Cajun “Holy Trinity” (bell peppers, celery, and onions), garlic, seasonings, and herbs. Stock (usually chicken) is also used seasoned with hot sauce, salt, Cajun spices, black pepper, bay leaf, parsley, and thyme.

Yaka Mein

This is found in many Chinese and Creole restaurants in New Orleans. It’s a soup consisting of stewed beef in beef-based broth served on top of noodles and garnished with chopped green onions and half of a hard-boiled egg.

Red Beans & Rice

Red beans and rice is an emblematic dish of Louisiana Creole cuisine (not originally of Cajun cuisine) traditionally made on Mondays with red beans, vegetables (bell pepper, onion, and celery), spices (thyme, cayenne pepper, and bay leaf) and pork bones as left over from Sunday dinner, cooked together slowly in a pot and served over rice

Louisiana Dirty Rice

Dirty rice is a traditional Louisiana Creole dish made from white rice which gets a "dirty" color from being cooked with small pieces of pork, beef or chicken liver/gizzards, green bell pepper, celery, and onion, and spiced with cayenne and black pepper.

Southern Dirty Rice

Dirty rice is a traditional Louisiana Creole dish made from white rice which gets a "dirty" color from being cooked with small pieces of pork, beef or chicken, green bell pepper, celery, and onion, and spiced with cayenne and black pepper.