Austin December 25, 2018
This Delightful Austin Restaurant Will Make You Feel Like You Landed In New Orleans
You don’t have to take a road trip in order to enjoy the scrumptious cuisine of New Orleans. Spicy Creole food is right around the corner at French Quarter Grille. Get your fill of gumbo, seafood, and red beans and rice. This delightful Austin restaurant will make you feel like you landed in New Orleans.
When you see this black awning, you know you're in for a treat.
Step inside and get ready for a magnificent meal.
You can't find dishes etouffée like this anywhere else.
Begin your meal with a hearty bowl of shrimp, crawfish, or crab etouffée. This comforting dish will warm your soul. You'll also adore their amazing gumbo. This mouthwatering seafood soup is beyond delicious.
Their seafood dishes are to die for.
Blackened catfish stuffed with shrimp, pecan-coated trout, and grilled jumbo shrimp are just the beginning. French Quarter Grill makes the most divine sauces and fills the plate with flavor.
They also cook a perfect steak.
Their grilled ribeye is perfectly seasoned with a unique blend of herbs and spices. If you're really feeling hungry, order the ribeye Ponchatrain. This dish is topped with shrimp, crab, and crawfish and is drizzled in their mushroom brandy cream sauce.
You have to save room for dessert.
Cheesecake is just the beginning. Their orange crème brûlée is bursting with citrus goodness.
Their croissant bread pudding is a New Orleans classic.
This crave-worthy dessert comes with vanilla bean ice cream, caramel rum sauce, and a chocolate drizzle.
Indulge your tastebuds at French Quarter Grille.
French Quarter Grille is located at 13000 N I-35 Ste 600. They're open for lunch from 11 am to 2 pm on Monday - Friday. They're open for dinner from 5 pm to 9 pm on Tuesday - Thursday and 5 pm - 10 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. French Quarter Grille is closed on Sundays. For more information, visit their
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