[Ansteorra] Gulf War Traveling Question
Ciard49 at aol.com
Tue Mar 9 11:22:36 PST 2004
In a message dated 3/9/2004 11:11:49 AM Central Standard Time,
jtc at swordworks.org writes:
> Mike Anderson's in Baton Rouge
> Seafood with a Cajun theme but with many dishes that use a more
> sophisticated approach. For instance, "The Guitreau" which is a poached
> snaper covered in a sauce of spiced roux, white wine, butter, crawfish
> tails, mushrooms and shrimp. I think of it as a blend of old style French
> cooking and Cajun cooking. Great desserts too (I like the bread pudding
> with whisky sauce). About 5 miles off I10.
> Not cheap but it won't break the bank either. $12-$25 per person according
> to what you get. More if you booze it up. Since this is about 2/3 into our
> trip we don't drink much.
> I know, the name is odd for a Cajun place. One would expect it to be
> Mouton's or Thibideaux's or Crouchet's. ;-)
> The address is 1031 West Lee Drive
I used to live a few blocks from there. Food is good. Place is popular.
Mike Anderson was a football star at LSU.
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