$7 for $15 Worth of Cajun-American Diner Food at New Louisiana Cafe

St. Paul

96% of 1,145 customers

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In a Nutshell

Cajun-American Diner with chocolate-chip cookie-dough pancakes and half-pound burgers

The Fine Print

Expires Apr 3rd, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$7 for $15 Worth of Cajun-American Diner Food

New Louisiana Cafe's menu includes a mixture of American and Cajun cuisine, including breakfast entrees such as chocolate-chip cookie-dough pancakes ($7.50) and Cajun eggs benedict ($9.75). For lunch, the restaurant creates an array of sandwiches, from the pepper jack-topped El Cubano ($9) to the Louisiana burger ($9.50), with a half-pound of pure ground beef between sourdough bread. Guests can finish off with a strawberry shake ($4.50) or an ice-cream sundae ($4.50).

New Louisiana Cafe

The cooks at New Louisiana Cafe craft American diner fare accented with a Cajun flair. In the morning, diners can unleash their inner child with malted-caramel apple-crisp waffles or chocolate-chip cookie-dough pancakes. And the kitchen can whip up savory breakfasts, too, like steak and eggs or biscuits and country-style gravy topped with crumbled italian sausage. In true Louisiana style, the eggs benedict comes with andouille sausage, while the blackened catfish is paired with two locally sourced eggs. At lunch, patrons can tear into the El Cubano sandwich, which is piled with pulled pork, or a BLT, which in Louisiana stands for bacon, love, and tomato.

New Louisiana Cafe

The cooks at New Louisiana Cafe craft American diner fare accented with a Cajun flair. In the morning, diners can unleash their inner child with malted-caramel apple-crisp waffles or chocolate-chip cookie-dough pancakes. And the kitchen can whip up savory breakfasts, too, like steak and eggs or biscuits and country-style gravy topped with crumbled italian sausage. In true Louisiana style, the eggs benedict comes with andouille sausage, while the blackened catfish is paired with two locally sourced eggs. At lunch, patrons can tear into the El Cubano sandwich, which is piled with pulled pork, or a BLT, which in Louisiana stands for bacon, love, and tomato.


Reviews

The food was home-style, large portions and great.

Jeremy C., Yelp, 7/26/12

this place is one of the best breakfasts in the St Paul!

zerogflyer, TripAdvisor, 2/25/09

Tips

96% of 1,145 customers

  • “Very good food and service, not cheap but worth it.”

  • “Very nice venue; personable wait staff and excellent food!”

  • “Its a nice spot for some good basic, tasty food. ”

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    St. Paul

    613 Selby Ave.

    St. Paul, Minnesota 55102

    651-221-9140

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Midday meals that bridge breakfast and lunch