Louisiana December 04, 2019
The Best Little Seafood And Steak Restaurant In Louisiana Just Might Be Cafe Sydnie Mae
When it comes to steak and seafood, there’s one rustic little joint that’s doing it better than most, and that’s Cafe Sydnie Mae. Located in the heart of Cajun Country, this locally owned and operated restaurant is worth a road trip from any corner of the state. Let’s check it out.
You’ll find Cafe Sydnie Mae in the heart of historic downtown Breaux Bridge.
Locally owned and operated by Chip Durand, it’s one of the newer restaurants in town, opening its doors in 2018.
They may have recently opened, but they quickly earned the approval of locals with their rustic and welcoming atmosphere and top-notch menu.
The restaurant is named after Durand’s mother, Sydnie Mae Durand, who served as a state representative for St. Martin Parish’s District 46 for 16 years.
The menu is full of Louisiana classics with their own unique spin.
Breaux Bridge native Chef Bonnie Breaux has carefully curated a menu that incorporates all the incredible flavors of Cajun Country with Southern flare.
Open for lunch and dinner, the menu is jam-packed with all your favorite Louisiana classics.
The lunch menu features several sandwiches, red or white beans with rice, and so much more.
For steak lovers, Cafe Sydnie Mae is ideal.
Featuring ribeyes, filet mignons, and ground beef steaks of all sizes, you’ll have a hard time deciding what to get.
All of their steaks are cooked to perfection and served with a side salad and your choice of side.
And these are top-quality cuts, certified Angus beef.
If you’ve got a craving for seafood, you’re in luck.
Cafe Sydnie Mae is all about seafood! Just look at the size of those crab cakes.
Several different gumbos, shrimp and grits, catfish, and crawfish étouffée are just a few of the items you’ll find on the menu.
You'll find yourself wanting to come back again and again to try everything on the menu.
They’re also open for Sunday brunch.
Fluffy omelets, benedicts, and waffles pepper the brunch menu. It doesn’t matter if you prefer savory or sweet for brunch, Cafe Sydnie Mae does it all.
For more information, including a full menu and hours of operation, be sure to check out their
website and give them a follow on Facebook.
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Address: 140 E Bridge St, Breaux Bridge, LA 70517, USA