K-Paul's

Cajun / Creole
$ $ $
416 Chartres St (Between St. Louis And Rue Conti)
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 596-2530
Monday
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Tuesday
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Wednesday
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Thursday
11:00am - 2:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Friday
11:00am - 2:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Saturday
11:00am - 2:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • The BEST restaurant in the French Quarter by far. Everything on the menu is divine. Ask to sit upstairs.
  • Order the fried green tomatoes, and save the jalapeno buns from the bread basket to mop up the sauce.
  • Try the jambalaya...one of the best!
  • If you're worried about the dress code, don't. People were wearing everything from shorts to jeans to suits for dinner.
  • Get the Blackened anything. #FTW
  • Lunch is 1 of the best values around
  • Theres strong potential to stuff yourself to the breaking point before the actual meal on K-Pauls homemade breads - so savory the Pillsbury Dough Boy will be cowering in the corner while you munch.
  • Get the Shrimp touffe. The "gravy" is Paul's roux recipe and is not to be missed!
  • Hands down best bread pudding EVER. If only pictures had taste buds.
  • How do you make mashed potatoes this good?
  • Possibly the best meal I've had from start to finish. Started w/ fried oysters w/ a Brie cream sauce. Entree: if you don't get the blackened drum then you've made a mistake. Bread pudding dessert FTW
  • The blackened chicken and jambalaya plate is delicious. The chicken is spicy and moist and the jambalaya is dark and smoky. Just don't try to eat it all; it took me 18 hours to eat again.
  • Try the Bread Pudding
  • 'Where the blackened seafood crazy first took wing' - Gambit's Five in 5. http://www.bestofneworleans.com/gambit/five-places-for-blackened-fish/Content?oid=2060481
  • "Try the frequent special feature of a thick slab of tuna, smoked and then seared."- Gambit's Five in 5
  • They just ran out of turducken, served one time a year and we went back for seconds...gone.
  • FYI entrees start at $32.95.
  • Savor the Blackened Flavor: the kitchen that launched the redfish craze now makes great blackened drum. -Gambit's Five in 5.
  • The blackened beef is unbelievable!
  • Food is outstanding. Reservations are a must. Generous military discount at dinner service.

Nearby places

718 Saint Peter St (at Bourbon St.)
800 Decatur St (at The French Market)
214 Royal St (in Hotel Monteleone)