One of the fun aspects of 318 Restaurant Week continues to be the brand new dishes coming out this week (March 15-20, 2021). Restaurants use this to test out new and exciting recipes or some may be favorites from the past back for one last hurrah. No matter what, your stomach might say hurrah when you try these.
Kí Mexico – For lunch, two crispy fish quesadillas topped with a tomato and habanero salsa, finished with avocado slices. For dinner, costillas de borrego with seared lamb chops, served with grilled vegetables and finished with a spicy chimichurri. 3839 Gilbert Dr., Shreveport
Taylor’d Eatz – For lunch, enjoy the Jamaican fusion lunch which includes your choice of jerk chicken or shrimp bowl made with Chef Robyne’s Jammin’ Jerk seasoning and marinade. It’s served with grilled pineapple, rice and peas, and pineapple cornbread. The dinner special is an authentic Jamaican entrée of your choice jerk chicken, stewed oxtails, jerk rib tips or the three-meat sampler. 1210 Milam St., Shreveport.
Bella Fresca – For lunch, fried achiote shrimp served with Mexican rice and pico de gallo. For dinner, they are serving wild boar scaloppini with a creamy sauce chasseur, roasted Yukon potatoes, and haricot vert and mushrooms. 6307 Line Ave., Shreveport
Mi Meza Latin Cuisine – This dinner includes chicken mole roja and enchiladas Mi Meza, which consists of slow roasted chicken covered in a delicious mole sauce made with a unique blend of spices, dried chiles, roasted peanuts, sesame seeds, and chocolate served with rice, refried beans, salad, and corn tortillas and stewed chicken enchiladas dipped in a green Botanera salsa served with rice, refried beans, and salad.
Noble Savage Tavern – For dinner, they are offering cacio e pepe for dinner. Their take on cacio e pepe consists of a generous serving of handmade spaghetti noodles with fresh Parmesan, toasted black pepper, and garlic topped with jumbo Gulf shrimp sautéed in garlic butter and lemon. 417 Texas St., Shreveport
Parish Taceaux – For lunch, diners can order the Parish burger combo, a 1/3 pound hamburger topped with caramelized onions, kimchi pickles, lettuce, tomato and house made Parish aioli. Served with a side of chips and queso. For dinner, they offer a Korean kick bowl dinner that includes a bowl of bulgogi skirt steak on a bed of cilantro lime rice, black beans, sliced avocado, shaved red onions, street corn slaw, cilantro, green onions, topped with a fried egg and house-made Parish aioli. This dinner also includes the Texas Street eggroll, two fried eggrolls stuffed with chicken, street corn slaw, black bean, and Monterey jack cheese served with chipotle cream. 708 Texas St., Shreveport
RNL’s Cookery Corner – Diners can choose between two lunch specials, Salone potato leek soup with a chicken salad sandwich or a 318 hot ham and cheese sandwich with white bean and andouille sausage soup. For dinner, diners can choose between the pecan crusted trout with sweet potato leaves and roasted potatoes or the tempura Freetown red snapper served with corn maque choux and green beans. 1507 Texas St., Shreveport
River & Rye – Lunch options include everything from chicken fried steak and salmon BLT to a turkey club sandwich and cheeseburger. Dinner options include a crawfish beignet appetizer, your choice entrée, and a crème brulee dessert.
Abby Singer’s Bistro – The popular pineapple bowls return! Lunch features flat iron steak and the dinner pineapple has salmon and shrimp over jasmine rice. 617 Texas St., Shreveport
Orlandeaux’s Café – For dinner, feast on a Freeman & Harris Legacy Centennial Special: a Creole Appetizer Sampler loaded with Bergeron’s Boudin Balls, Zydeceaux Shrimp (Buffalo style), Natchitoches Meat Pies, and deep-fried Alligator Bites.
Don’t forget about the unique dining experiences also happening during 318 Restaurant Week in addition to these amazing dishes.
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