Vietnamese Cajun is the Unsung Food Hero of New Orleans | Supported by Marriott Bonvoy
Vietnamese Cajun is the Unsung Food Hero of New Orleans | Supported by Marriott Bonvoy
Aug 14 2019
Though Vietnamese and Cajun cuisines share a lot of common ground, it wasn’t until a community of immigrants and refugees came to New Orleans in the 1970s that the flavors fused. Over time, their descendants have begun to experiment and introduce new ideas, from Cajun crawfish to brisket bánh mì (and even a phở-rrito). We explore the best spots in the city to shop and eat like a true local.

Supported by Marriott Bonvoy.

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