Want some good Cajun food? Suire's is the place to get plenty of it! ....and if you have a sweet tooth, then the fig cake is a must!
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Not on the main roads but well worth the detour. Very friendly place. As noted in photos, it is a grocery which has mostly evolved into a small restaurant. One sister runs the till, and another sister cooks. And does she cook!! Tried Turtle Sauce...More
Although not easily found at first, it was worth the find. The owner was very friendly. The atmosphere was something I remember from home...very inviting and small town. The food...excellent! Real Cajun cuisine! Without the price tag. Many memories remembered and made.
It's pure Cajun here. This is a small family-owned store that used to be a gas station. It's very cool. The menu is painted on the outside of the building. I was hooked right there. Let's start with dessert. They bake amazing pecan pies. People...More
Suire's offers delicious home-style Cajun food you can eat in-house or take frozen servings home for later. Try the crawfish pistolettes or the crawfish fettuccine! We've decided to make Suire's a regular stop for us when we find ourselves in the neighborhood. It's handy to...More
We always have good food here...and love taking tourists there for Cajun cooking. Be aware though of the seasoning.
To start with, anything in this little place is good..and I mean VERY good. They offer a great assortment of baked goods including something called a Sweet Dough Pie which is an easy 10. The lunch menu varies from day to day and on the...More
Their poorboys are very good and the price is not bad They also have food frozen you can take home and warm for lunch or dinner their seafood is excellent they also have plate lunches