Up next is one of Lafayette’s newest restaurants: a long-awaited second location of the popular Baton Rouge Seafood and Japanese Fusion restaurant, Sushi Masa.
What we ordered: two All-You-Can-Eat lunch specials (our order consisted of house salad, gyoza, chicken fried rice, clear soup, the Masa roll, the Snow White roll, sweet tea, and strawberry ice cream).
Price: $18.38 (per person)
The wait staff was very attentive, prompt, and friendly. We were impressed by the overall positive demeanor of the entire body of employees as well as the light touches of humor and insight given by host and wait staffers. Drinks were refilled often, all you can eat orders were taken with perfect timing, and the food came out very quickly.
Overall, the atmosphere isn’t necessarily mind-blowing or extravagant, but perhaps this is an unseen advantage to the restaurant. The simple and sleek wooden tables and booths combined with a dim, dark lighting make for a relaxing atmosphere with little distractions to take you away from your high-quality sushi experience.
For starters, the house salad obviously contained the freshest, brightest, and most colorful assortment of lettuce, cucumber, and cherry tomato. The clear soup was spot on. The gyoza, which are similar to dumplings, are a MUST-EAT appetizer! The two rolls pictured above were the Snow White roll (shrimp tempura, snow crab, eel sauce) and the Masa roll (spicy crab, avocado deep fried, eel sauce, and spicy mayo). The rolls were delectable and were gone in seconds. Afterwards, we ordered chicken fried rice, which was just a bit too bland for the title of perfection. To finish the night, we ordered some of the creamiest, most delicious strawberry ice cream we’ve ever had! It thoroughly cleansed the palate, and it is also available in vanilla, chocolate, and the more appropriate green tea and red bean flavors. Also, this mean is ALL YOU CAN EAT.
Closing comments: lunch AYCE is cheaper than dinner but features a slightly smaller menu. However, the all-you-can-eat deal is SO worth it. A must try!
Price: $$$ (out of 5)
-Platos con sabores únicos gracias a la calidad de nuestras pimientas, y a la cuidadosa combinación de ingredientes de nuestros sazonadores
- Olores que cautivan los paladares más exigentes y evocan momentos gastronómicos especiales
- Colores que decoran tu mesa y la distinguen de los platos convencionales
- Calidad de nuestros ingredientes con el más estricto proceso de cultivo, recolección y preparación
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Prueba algo diferente, elige GЁA y alimenta los buenos momentos.
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George Rodrigue’s paintings are undeniably rooted in the Louisiana landscape, yet his frequent travels often inspired him as well. New Mexico, particularly Santa Fe, merited annual visits by the artist beginning in the 1980s, many times as a stop on his long drives to California. Much like with his oak trees and bayous, the geography of the American West became stylized on Rodrigue’s canvases, such as “Sunshine Dog” offered here. The graphic shapes and elements may have little connection to the real world, nevertheless Rodrigue successfully captures the feeling of wide open space, vibrant mountains and an enchanting sunset. Many of the distinctive Rodrigue compositional traits remain to make this late work an instant classic – the iconic shape of the Blue Dog with his feet melding into the landscape, the high horizon line and bright colors.
On offer Saturday, November 17th during our #LouisianaPurchaseAuction :
Lot 514. George Rodrigue (American/Louisiana, 1944-2013), "Sunshine Dog", 2009, acrylic on canvas, signed lower right, signed, titled and dated en verso, 48 in. x 36 in., framed.
What’s the best thing you’ve eaten recently? For the first time ever I can actually give a single answer to this question 😆 .
JAMBALAYA...this jambalaya ⬆️ OMG, you guyssss. Chicken, sausage, shrimp, spicy Cajun-spiced rice all cooked in ONE POT 🤤 Basically, this meal is my new bff.
It’s also the best couch-eating food you could possibly ask for 🛋 You’re welcome 😉 #jambalaya#cajun#dairyfree#gumbo#theforkedspoon
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3 tbsp olive oil divided
1 pound Cajun or Andouille sausage
1.5 pounds boneless skinless chicken breasts or thighs chopped into 1-inch cubes
2 medium yellow onions diced
1 green bell pepper seeded and diced
1 red bell pepper seeded and diced
3 stalks celery diced
6 cloves garlic minced
3 tbsp Cajun seasoning divided and adjusted to suit your own personal taste/heat preference
1 tsp salt
1 tsp pepper
1/2 tsp cayenne optional
1 tbsp dried Italian seasoning
1 tsp red pepper flakes
14 ounces (1 can) diced/crushed tomatoes
2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
1.5 cups uncooked long-grain white rice
2.75 cups low sodium chicken broth
1 cup okra thinly sliced (or 1 tsp file powder)
1 pound raw shrimp peeled and deveined
fresh chopped parsley to garnish
chopped green onion to garnish
Attachment issues is the least to say about me and my little beast!
We share the yoga mat and love of healthy treats daily!🌱
When the car door opens he will load up and roll the window down claiming his chill spot.🚙
⛺️Camping trips and road trips are our favorites!
This trip I’ll be missing my puppypal! Leaving him out of these memories is super hard now that this little creature is part of my world.
Louisiana, this romantic adventure awaits!🐊💚