A Chat with Little New Orleans 1 Kitchen and Oyster Bar
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We have the freshest seafood around town and we are the only place you can find original New Orleans Boudin.
What is one of your most popular offerings? How is it prepared?
The most popular is our jambalaya. It’s a creole sauce with shrimp, sausage, onions, green pepper, and celery over rice. Also, our fried gator tail and frog legs.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
We are dedicated to serving authentic Creole and Cajun seafood in a fun environment. We’re from Louisiana, and our recipes come from the deepest traditional roots. After Hurricane Katrina we came to central Florida to share our love of the food and traditions of the Louisiana people and culture.
What do you love most about your job?
We love to see our customers happy and take pictures of the food and watch them clean their plates. We love the relationship we have with our customers; we consider anybody that walks through the door family and we treat you like one of our own.
Little New Orleans Kitchen & Oyster Bar
At Little New Orleans Kitchen & Oyster Bar, the piquant seafood staples of Louisianan Cajun cuisine quell robust belly rumblings. Diners silence stomachs by sinking spoons into New Orleans jambalaya or cracking into snow crab legs and shrimp smothered in butter sauce. A side of Cajun fries complements the flavors of Cajun fried shrimp, and french bread po' boys contain gravy-slathered roast beef as opposed to rich boys, which are stuffed with $100 bills.