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A Hedonist’s guide to…

New Orleans

Ye Olde College Inn
A new take on an old favourite.
Wolfe’s in the Warehouse
Classic New Orleans style hotel restaurant.
Willie Mae’s Scotch House
Famous fried chicken in Willie Mae's tradition.
Upperline
Themed meals in a cottage-style restaurant.
Tujague’s
The city's oldest stand up bar and a strictly prix-fixe menu.
Stanley
Quality cooking from an experimental chef.
SoBou
SoBou is a much-loved New Orleans restaurant and bar with a flurry of awards and accolades to its name, serving small plates of Louisiana street food.
Restaurant R’evolution
Found in the French Quarter, Cajun and Creole cuisine is the order of the day at Restaurant R'evolution, one of New Orleans’ finest restaurants.
Pelican Club
Perenially popular spot with particularly good appetizers.
Mulate’s
Authentic music with some much encouraged dancing - oh, and some food on the side.
Mother’s Restaurant
Popular with tourists and locals alike - good, New Orleans style food.
MiLa
Bold Southern flavours in a modern restaurant.
Mike’s on the Avenue
Fusion cuisine from a well thought of chef.
K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen
Cajun cooking at its best.
Joey K’s
Funky neighbourhood restaurant for lawyers and locals alike.
Galatoire’s
Supposedly, the best restaurant in America.
Dooky Chase
Great find in a not-so-great area.
Commander’s Palace
One of the most famous restaurants in America - a lighter approach to Creole cuisine.
Cochon
Old-fashioned food in a fashionable environment.
Clancy’s
Exclusive, high-end food.
Brigtsen’s
Creole and Cajun cuisine, served in a cosy Victorian cottage.
Brennan’s
One of the best restaurants in New Orleans, ideal for imaginative Creole cuisine or sumptuous brunches.

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