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K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen



416 Chartres Street
New Orleans, LA 70130

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(504) 596-2530

Hours

  • Monday: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Thursday: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Friday: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Saturday: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Cuisine: Seafood Restaurants

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4.6 of 5.0 from 87 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen Reviews

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  • Rabeeta F.Gumbo was great

    55555 by Rabeeta F.


  • Carolina MLunch is very good but dinner is spectacular! I recommend the flounder.... So, so good.

    55555 by Carolina M


  • Tisha jThe blacken beef with debris is absolutely amazing. Also can't go wrong with the eggplant or gumbo. Everything in the menu is delicious, you can't make a bad choice here!!!

    55555 by Tisha j


  • Greg MLittle pricey but great food. Lunch is the way to go.

    55555 by Greg M


  • Norm G.Beware the kitchen could forget you ordered lunch for today...

    22222 by Norm G.


  • Scott L.I had the wascally wabbit...delicious!

    22222 by Scott L.


  • Tom AGreat dinner!

    55555 by Tom A


  • J. VThe fried shrimp Po' boy was delicious.

    55555 by J. V


  • Spencer S.Turtle soup! Get a cup!

    55555 by Spencer S.


  • Aileen T.turtle soup!!

    55555 by Aileen T.


  • Brandi B.Be hungry! And bring your wallet

    55555 by Brandi B.


  • Erica SantiagoSo delicious, must try to blackened stuffed pork-chops!

    55555 by Erica Santiago


  • Candice RiveraEverything they touched turned to gold

    33333 by Candice Rivera


  • Josh M.Jambalaya is a must have. Sharing is caring especially when the serving size is enormous. 💪🏼

    55555 by Josh M.


  • Priya aJumbalaya - to die for! The portions are huge, stick to just a main course.

    55555 by Priya a


  • Bradley P.The entire table raved about their meals. Nobody was disappointed. I don't think there's a bad thing here. Don't fill up on rolls!

    33333 by Bradley P.


  • Paul MTruly great food.

    55555 by Paul M


  • Kimberly B.Hands down the best fried oysters I've ever had! :-)

    55555 by Kimberly B.


  • Valerie N.Oh. My. Goodness! The menu changes daily, but my fried green tomatoes and veal were amazing!

    55555 by Valerie N.


  • Tony M.Experience a premiere chef restaurant without busting your wallet; go for the deli lunch. Grab a seat, order at the bar & the food is brought to you on styrofoam plate. Bread pudding is a must!

    55555 by Tony M.


  • sheela t.Fried green tomatoes and shrimp for lunch

    55555 by sheela t.


  • Charley C.Try the Cajun surf & turf - blackened drum and a small beef filet with debris sauce. Ask for it because It's not on the menu. So good!

    55555 by Charley C.


  • Kevin MBlackened Salmon is great.

    55555 by Kevin M


  • Emily C.Amazing blackened drum. It's charred, spicy buttery goodness melted in my mouth.

    55555 by Emily C.


  • TV Food MapsCheck out K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen as seen on Best Thing I Ever Ate , Food Paradise

    55555 by TV Food Maps


  • Anthony G.The bread pudding is transcendent.

    55555 by Anthony G.


  • Jared JDebris sauce. You must have it.

    55555 by Jared J


  • Rich T.BBO Shrimp & Scallops is one of the best meals EVER!

    55555 by Rich T.


  • Esther L.Best meal I had in New Orleans! Don't miss desserts either. Save room - the portions are huge! Great service.

    55555 by Esther L.


  • Casey SiaoFor me better than commander's palace. Best value good food. The pudding is gooood.

    55555 by Casey Siao


  • Randy R.Best meal in NOLA over the last year. Fries rabbit in mustard sauce appetizer

    55555 by Randy R.


  • Sarah R.Veal with Oyster and Scallop Cream sauce was phenomenal! Had the red velvet bread pudding for desert and it was amazing! Will return next time I am in New Orleans!

    55555 by Sarah R.


  • Mike F.Food is good but presentation not as good as you would expect, stay away from desserts. Limited wine list.

    55555 by Mike F.


  • Ravi S.How do you make mashed potatoes this good?

    33333 by Ravi S.


  • Aron H.Mixed reviews for this place, but could be worth a try. Cajun food.

    55555 by Aron H.


  • Aron H."The general consensus is that K-Paul's is probably the leader" for Cajun food in Nola. - Hazelhurst on Chowhound

    55555 by Aron H.


  • Michael S.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

    55555 by Michael S.


  • Sylvie A.That blackened drum is incredible! Also glad we took Yvette the bartender's advice about thr fried green tomato with shrimp and remoulade.

    55555 by Sylvie A.


  • Tiana T.Gotta get the duck!

    55555 by Tiana T.


  • Robert E.This is still one of my favorite restaurants in New Orleans. They have some fine dishes, including an excellent gumbo, turtle soup and the tastiest frog legs I've ever had.

    55555 by Robert E.


  • marshall w.Deli-style lunch. Great gumbo.

    55555 by marshall w.


  • Heather H.The blackened beef tenders were so good! Any beef you can cut with a butter knife even though its an inch thick is a win! The reduction...all I can say is WOW...

    33333 by Heather H.


  • Jenny M.The blackened drum was so good, it gave me an out-of-body experience. That also could have been the accompanying cocktail. Regardless, order the blackened drum.

    33333 by Jenny M.


  • SteveBilly Joel must of known I was eating here, he is at the next table.

    33333 by Steve


  • Greg J.Always outstanding. Probably the best food in the Quarter, but make a reservation for dinner!

    55555 by Greg J.


  • Katie B.Try K-Paul's lunch! It was a great value, and by far the best meal I ate while visiting New Orleans.

    55555 by Katie B.


  • Jesse J.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.

    55555 by Jesse J.


  • Mike S.K-Paul's two signature dishes are the blackened beef tenders and the blackened Louisiana drum fish. You can get BOTH in an off-the-menu surf and turf combo.

    55555 by Mike S.


  • Pim T.Try the jambalaya...one of the best!

    55555 by Pim T.


  • Gloria C.try the bread pudding, blackened drum and sweet potato pecan pie

    55555 by Gloria C.


  • Laura S.Get the Shrimp Étouffée. The "gravy" is Paul's roux recipe and is not to be missed!

    55555 by Laura S.


  • Mike C.Try the Bread Pudding (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Pan Fried Rabbit With Tasso Cream Pasta - So good (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Chicken & Andouille Gumbo (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Mike C.Try the Warm Bread Basket - Awesome. Five different kinds of bread, all nice and hot, and in unlimited supply (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Mike C.


  • Clay M.Lunch is served on plastic ware but the flavors are amazing.

    55555 by Clay M.


  • Sara B.Hands down best bread pudding EVER. If only pictures had taste buds.

    55555 by Sara B.


  • Gambit New Orleans'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

    33333 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Gambit New OrleansSwordfish specialist: bronzed and topped with a "Fanny" sauce of jalapenos and garlic butter - Gambit's Five in 5

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Peter K.Ask for Yvette at the bar.

    33333 by Peter K.


  • Daryl D.Don't be scared of the frog legs, yum!! Also the fried green tomatoes and jambalaya were perfection.

    55555 by Daryl D.


  • Justin H.Is that Anthony Anderson serving food?

    33333 by Justin H.


  • Gambit New Orleans"Try the frequent special feature of a thick slab of tuna, smoked and then seared."- Gambit's Five in 5

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • Tim C.Has rotating specials which include a small appetizer and dessert.

    55555 by Tim C.


  • Kent V.You won't want to pass up the blackened drum. I was literally having dreams about it ever since booking the reservation, and we hadn't eaten here for twelve years. Yes, it's that good!

    33333 by Kent V.


  • Kelly A.They just ran out of turducken, served one time a year and we went back for seconds...gone.

    22222 by Kelly A.


  • Emilia D.My favorite meal in New Orleans. Get the fillet with the debris sauce- it's tremendous!

    55555 by Emilia D.


  • RebeccaWhen in NoLa you MUST have lunch or dinner here at least once. Amazing every time. A pure slice of New Orleans cuisine via Cajun country.

    55555 by Rebecca


  • Scott S.FYI entrees start at $32.95.

    33333 by Scott S.


  • Rob B.If you're worried about the dress code, don't. People were wearing everything from shorts to jeans to suits for dinner.

    33333 by Rob B.


  • Linda C.You must have the steak with debris sauce!!

    33333 by Linda C.


  • Adam B.Best cheese grits I've ever had. Get them.

    55555 by Adam B.


  • Marie L.The BEST restaurant in the French Quarter by far. Everything on the menu is divine. Ask to sit upstairs.

    55555 by Marie L.


  • Taylor S.So much food! Entrees come with an app and dessert. Menu changes daily. Order light: the delicious bread basket will fill you up! Got the bisque and avocado shrimp salad - good and I'm stuffed!

    55555 by Taylor S.


  • Pat M.Blackened filet of beef!

    55555 by Pat M.


  • Gambit New OrleansSavor the Blackened Flavor: the kitchen that launched the redfish craze now makes great blackened drum. -Gambit's Five in 5.

    55555 by Gambit New Orleans


  • S G.Get the Blackened anything. #FTW

    55555 by S G.


  • Ian C.excellent food, great value for the cajun food menu in the quarter..gotta go back for the deserts..traditional kicked up a notch and less $ than elsewhere in the quarter

    55555 by Ian C.


  • Lee R.Lunch is 1 of the best values around

    55555 by Lee R.


  • Matthew W.The blackened beef is unbelievable!

    55555 by Matthew W.


  • Bachelor10There’s strong potential to stuff yourself to the breaking point before the actual meal on K-Paul’s homemade breads - so savory the Pillsbury Dough Boy will be cowering in the corner while you munch.

    55555 by Bachelor10


  • Quincy M.Get there early because when they finish serving lunch they close the doors. Visit every time I'm in NOLA. Mmmm Good.

    55555 by Quincy M.


  • Tom M.Try the Cheese Grit. Yum.

    55555 by Tom M.


  • Kristen D.Food is outstanding. Reservations are a must. Generous military discount at dinner service.

    55555 by Kristen D.


  • Joshua S.Expensive but worth it. Try the blackened anything. The man invented blackening!

    55555 by Joshua S.


  • bluebugcakes sandra mckellar h.all I can say is HMMMMMMMMMMMMMM was able to eat in the upstairs by the kitchen

    33333 by bluebugcakes sandra mckellar h.


  • Alexis A.Order the fried green tomatoes, and save the jalapeno buns from the bread basket to mop up the sauce.

    33333 by Alexis A.


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