Patois

Cajun / Creole, French
$ $ $
6078 Laurel St (at Webster Street)
New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 895-9441
Wednesday
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Thursday
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Friday
11:30am - 10:30pm
Saturday
5:30pm - 10:30pm
Sunday
10:30am - 2:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • "Patois customers especially rave about dishes like fennel-crusted paned Mississippi rabbit, potato and crab gnocchi, and crispy pork belly with seared scallops." -Travel + Leisure on TripExpert
  • Try the Mississippi rabbit- prepared with pancetta, goat cheese and wild mushrooms.
  • Treme happened here. Patois specializes in French cuisine with a local edge. One of the best places to learn the language of New Orleans cuisine.
  • probably my favorite restaurant in New Orleans. Aaron is a genius. ask him if he has any moonshine.
  • "Louisiana cuisine with a French accent."This was one of our best meals in New Orleansand we happened upon it by chance. If you're in the Audubon area, it's definitely worth a visit.
  • Duck confit salad and the fish special
  • The smoked chicken and andouille gumbo is some of the best I've had anywhere.
  • One of the best food in town
  • Everything is fabulous. If you want a real food experience, this is where you will find it
  • Everything . Such a quality product . M
  • Incredible ribs
  • Loved everything we tried and pretty sure we would have loved everything we didn't try. Market salad, gnocchi and pulled pork biscuits all amaaaazing. The virgin suicide was a great drink too...
  • Brian Landry, chef of Borgne, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Sauted sweetbreads.
  • rec from sno bliz lady
  • Use your Drink Deck card for 25% off at Patois. Get our playing card deck or download our iPhone or Android apps for 52 discounts at great NOLA bars (no expiration) http://bit.ly/DDappsANDretailers
  • great brunch! try the lamb ribs, almond crusted gulf fish & scallops. for dessert do the frozen creme fraiche souffle & candied pork belly pain perdu
  • This place is the perfect date night spot.
  • Patois is delicious, down to the lavender shortbread! Make a reservation to be sure you have a spot; this place is in-demand!
  • One of the best brunches I have ever had. I wish I had more time so I could return for dinner. Great service and highly creative cuisine. Best of New Orleans.
  • Like the name implies, the menu speaks a dialect, marrying the stylishness of French bistro comfort foods with the soul of Southern, Spanish, Italian and even occasionally Asian flavors.

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