Indian Restaurant Deals in New Orleans
"Variety is the spice of life," the old saying goes. When a combination of your favorite flavors, spices, and ingredients are fused into a tasty signature cuisine, you're lovin' life. Sara's Restaurant, a sweet little spot in the Riverbend, has been serving up Indian/Thai/Creole fusion cuisine for 22 years, and today $12 gets you $25 to spend there!With sizzling starters such as Louisiana crawfish eggrolls, veggie samosas with tamarind sauce, and lemongrass crab bisque, your palate will be singing by the time the entrees come. Try the pepper-crusted, double-cut pork chop served over a crab-basil-cream salsa and garlic mashed potatoes or their coconut shrimp—prawns simmered in herbed coconut sauce with fragrant jasmine rice. Each dish at Sara's is a beautiful merger of flavors. Just remember to save room for a slice of their mango cheesecake! Where Indian meets Thai meets Creole cuisine—all with a classic French technique—you'll find the spice of life at Sara's Restaurant in the Riverbend!
Antebellum Plantation amid Manicured Grounds In 1834, Colonel Thomas Sully snatched up a 24-acre property north of Lake Pontchartrain and erected a West Indian–style plantation, which he dubbed Monrepos. Although the estate has changed hands several times—including serving as the New Orleans mayor’s summer home—the antebellum mansion still retains many of its original elements as Annadele’s Plantation Bed and Breakfast. The original cypress floor covers the upstairs hallway, grandiose 15-foot ceilings help to control temperatures, and an artesian well dug in 1827 still retrieves much of the inn's water. After nearly two centuries of history and a round of recent ...
Don't leave your desires for a gourmet lunch up to chance -- direct yourself toward Serendipity on Orleans Avenue and discover delectable fusion fare, courtesy of chef Chris DeBarr. • $10 for $20 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks at lunch • Menu blends local Acadian and Creole flavors with Spanish, Indian, & Caribbean cuisine • Solid 4-star rating on OpenTable, where diners praise the "unique combination of flavors" • Notable dishes: Tequila-Mango Shrimp Poor Boy, dressed with lively Vietnamese pickled vegetables, and Bison & Bacon Meatloaf, boasting a unique twist on a hearty winter favorite An Eclectic Eatery Serves Soul Food with a Twist With more than two decades of experience, Chris DeBarr takes to the kitchen with a flair for borrowing flavors from the world over to produce surprisingly incredible results -- which made him a natural as a contestant for the Food Network's Chopped. This newly opened restaurant in the old American Can Company building offers an urban atmosphere accented by exposed pipes and an impressive wine-bottle chandelier. "Serendipity is a great addition to the vibrant restaurant scene... the flavors are savory, complex, and creative. A delightful new destination for foodies!" -- OpenTable Want more? Check out Serendipity on Facebook.