New Orleans Kitchen Open For Business

The new restaurant offers po' boy sandwiches and gumbo, along with other favorites from the Big Easy.

The opened quietly this week, bringing some authentic favorites from the Big Easy to Severn.

The restaurant near the corner of Telegraph and Reece roads features a menu with several different kinds of po’ boys, gumbo, red beans and rice and muffulettas. There are also daily specials including fried chicken and jambalaya, plus desserts.

I stopped by Wednesday afternoon and ordered a fried chicken po’ boy and some bread pudding. With jazz music in the background, I dug into the sandwich while sitting at the restaurant's window counter. It’s not my place to write a full review of the food, except that … well, I ate everything. And I’ll be back.

said she and her partners are still completing work on the interior of the restaurant and perfecting the customer service. But even with minimal advertising, the restaurant has been busy as area residents have been eagerly awaiting for it to open over the last month.

Have you eaten at the New Orleans Kitchen and French Market yet? Check out the restaurant’s and write a review!

Kristine Glass July 01, 2012 at 04:54 PM
What did you think?
Kristine Glass July 01, 2012 at 05:04 PM
I really want to try this place out but for a family to go, it sounds like it could break the bank! My parents went in saw the prices and walked out. They claim that he Muffuletta sandwich was $40. I cant believe that! I can go to Trinacria's in Baltimore and get something comparable for undress $10. I would love to see a menu with prices online.
David August 31, 2012 at 05:07 PM
The food was delicious. The menu is centered around the po' boys, as you'd expect. My wife and I stopped in and ordered 2 po' boys, a side, and a drink. The bill came to around $25! I'd gladly pay $6 to $8 each for the po' boys (you do get a lot of meat), but the sides cost way too much for too little food. For a combo, we paid an extra $4 which gave us a very small container of rice and a medium drink. The container for sides is small to begin with, but they are even raised on the bottom making it seem like you're getting more than you are. I was disappointed when trying to dig in for more rice and my spoon hit the bottom, which shouldn't have been the bottom. Overall rating: Go for the Po' Boys, but avoid the overinflated expense of everything esle.
John August 31, 2012 at 05:13 PM
Agreed. Good food - great actually. Far too expensive for lunch to make it a regular thing.
Severn-Man February 22, 2013 at 07:25 PM
After my comment this past summer, I told my wife they would be out of business in a year. I was wrong... it only took six months! Sometime around Christmas a sign went up in their window that said "Closed for the season..... Reason.... Freezin" I'm not sure if they are planning on opening back up in the spring, however if they do they better re-work their menu and prices. They also might want to hire some local help and plan on being open 7-days a week instead of five. Have you ever heard of a successful restaurant open only 5-days? I imagine that was one of the reason their prices were so high.


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