No Grill? No problem.
Let these local eateries fire up your taste buds with their signature summer grilled dishes. From Vermilion to St. Martin Parish, there’s no shortage of chefs waiting to please your palate. From traditional grilled favorites to artisan-inspired twists on grilled classics, you are sure to find something to please even the pickiest of eaters.
Villager’s Cafe’s Grilled Chicken Salad
8400 Maurice Ave, Maurice Louisiana | www.villagerscafe.net
On these hot summer days, the grilled chicken salad from Villager’s Café is absolutely delicious. Crisp lettuce, ripe tomatoes, fresh boiled eggs and top it off with their seasoned homemade croutons! Stop in and experience the quaint, unique atmosphere at “Louisiana’s Best kept secret,” Villager’s Café!
Bismillah’s Chicken Tandoori
2441 W Congress St, Lafayette Louisianan | (337) 889-8903
A staple of ethnic cuisine, Bismillahbrings Acadiana a taste of India with their Chicken Tandoori dish. East meets West when a classicbackyard grilled chicken gets a traditional warm Indian spice rub. Head there to try a taste of India. You won’t be disappointed.
Acadiana Bar & Grill Youngsville’s Grilled Shimp and Grilled Fish Tacos
327 Iberia St., Youngsville, Louisiana | (337) 856-2448
Headed to Youngsville? Be sure to check out Acadiana Bar & Grill’sGrilled Fish Taco, served on a bed of coleslaw and delightfully topped with pico. Also on their menu is a Thai Shrimp Taco – grilled shrimp on a bed of coleslaw topped with pico and drizzled with Thai chili.
Riverfront’s Seafood Cobb Salad
530 Park Ave, Abbeville, Louisiana | riverfrontla.com
If you’re looking for a grilled seafood fix, look no further than Riverfront’s Seafood Cobb Salad. A generous array of jumbo lump crabmeat, boiled shrimp, crab claws, purple onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, feta cheese, Parmesan cheese, bacon, and a boiled egg will be enough to satisfy your grilled seafood envie.
Cafe Sydney Mae’s Double-Bone Grilled Pork Chop
140 E. Bridge St., Breaux Bridge, Louisiana | www.cafesydniemae.com
Boasting 20 ounces of delectable grilled pork, Café Sydnie Mae’s double-bone grilled pork chop is a big favorite. Chefs hand-cut their pork loin and marinate it with a special brine and butter for several days. They then sous-vide the chops for even cooking and finish them on the grill. The result is a moist and flavorful grilled chop, so good that they claim it will be the best pork chop you’ve ever eaten, and we tend to agree.