Gott Gourmet Cafe- home of the chicago hot dogs in new orleans

Gott Gourmet Cafe
3100 Magazine St.
New Orleans, LA 70115
http://www.gottgourmetcafe.com/

People think Magazine st. is a mess and it is! But if you’re lucky, you can parallel park on a side st for free and walk around. So I found this little place for lunch today and decided to check it out. It was delicious!

The menu had so many original dishes so I decided on the Shrimp BLT wrap and my fellow foodie had the Blue Corn Fried Oyster baby spinach salad.

The wrap was very tasty especially with a couple dips of Crystal hot sauce. I thought the cream cheese would overwhelm the flavors but it was actually very mild. The bacon was very flavorful and plentiful, and the avocado was a pleasant surprise in the background of flavors. The Blue corn fried oyster was delicious but the spinach salad was ruined with the salad dressing dominating the flavor (maybe next time, order the salad dressing on the side). We spent $12 each for lunch. The place was a bit small, but every table was taken when we went and so we settled for the bar but it was still nice. The service was very friendly and quick.

habanero buffalo wings

woo! these wings were hot! after a few, my lips were burning! thank God for blue cheese! haha. the chicken wings were wonderfully flavored with the habanero hot sauce and cooked to a nice juicy texture. a welcomed addition to the menu.

truffle mac and cheese

i wasn’t a fan of this unfortunately. i was really looking forward to the truffle flavor (i’ve made truffle mac and cheese before) and this dish, the truffle flavor was either lost in the cooking process or completely forgotten. It was very creamy and the pasta was cooked to a nice consistency. but I missed the truffle

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About julia521

I'm a food aficionado with an interest in photography. Most of my restaurants will be in New Orleans as I will be here over the next few years. Every now and then you will see a post from Boston or Philadelphia too!
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