Best Asian Food Restaurants in St. John the Baptist Parish

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Best Asian Food Restaurants in St. John the Baptist Parish

LUVI Restaurant
LUVI Restaurant
4.7 (173 ratings)
Intimate venue serving Chinese & Japanese dishes with a twist, plus cocktails in a funky interior.
5236 Tchoupitoulas St, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA
Asian restaurantChinese restaurantDumpling restaurantJapanese restaurant
Mentioned by Thrillist
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"UptownChinese and Japanese cuisine in a funky interiorTake a date to Luvi, and you’ll be guaranteed a topic of conversation over the colorful plating, fresh dishes, and bright decor. Chef Hao Gong’s inventive Shanghai cooking offers more than just adventurous dining. Dishes like pork and ginger dumplings or a raw bar selection of seared tuna and black caviar will give you something to discuss if your date night conversational skills fail you."
Mentioned by Condé Nast Traveler
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"A former donut shop, LUVI is a small, lovely restaurant with bespoke woodwork and pops of bold colors and patterns. The pan-Asian menu, not common in NOLA, includes Japanese dishes, plus some favorites from the chef's hometown of Shanghai. Try the Lion’s Head, a savory crab-and-pork meatball in bone broth; the Mala Holla, spicy slices of beef; and Chef Hao’s Mama’s Dumplings (his actual Mama’s recipe)."
Marjie's Grill
Marjie's Grill
4.6 (303 ratings)
Popular counter serve with seasonal Asian-meets-Gulf Coast fare plus BBQ & veggies in cheery space.
320 S Broad Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119, USA
Southeast Asian restaurantRestaurant
Mentioned by TripSavvy
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"This Mid-City neighborhood spot, helmed by Herbsaint alums Marcus Jacobs and Caitlin Carney, serves some of the city's most creative food. Expect a mix of Asian and Delta cuisine, like local chili butter gulf shrimp with lemongrass sambal butter and crispy pig knuckles with cane syrup, chilis, and herbs. The restaurant also offers several vegetable dishes as well, like grilled broccoli and braised greens."
Mentioned by Food Com
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"The meat-and-three methodology rules during lunchtime at this Southeast Asian–influenced diner. You pick a protein — maybe fried catfish with herb-coriander salad or smothered chicken — then you choose one to three sides, like coal-roasted sweet potatoes with earthy cane syrup or smashed cucumbers with green garlic and chiles. Then you go to town and thank your blessings you came here."
Mentioned by Southern Trippers
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"Marjie’s Grill opened in 2016 and has remained a staple in New Orleans. This New Orleans restaurant is a fusion of Asian inspired dishes with a special New Orleans twist. They are known for catering events, but one of the coolest aspects of this restaurant is that their menu changes daily."
St. Roch Market
St. Roch Market
4.6 (2670 ratings)4.5 (300 ratings)
1875 market reborn as a cool food hall with stalls selling eats & drinks, plus some outdoor seating.
2381 St Claude Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117, USA
RestaurantSights & LandmarksBarbecue restaurantCocktail barCoffee shopHaitian restaurantMexican restaurantSeafood restaurantSoutheast Asian restaurantSouthern restaurant (US)Vegan restaurantPoints of Interest & Landmarks
Mentioned by The Crazy Tourist
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"First raised in 1875, this old market hall on St. Claude Avenue came through a post-Katrina renovation between 2012-15, reopening as a modern, chef-centric food hall. In this bright and airy space are 11 dining options around an acclaimed craft cocktail bar, The Mayhaw. T2 Streetfood does Vietnamese classics like banh mi, pho and bao buns, while Torshi is all about eastern Mediterranean flavours, from falafel to gyros, tabouli and baklava."
Mentioned by Stay Heirloom
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"St. Roch Market is a bright and lively food hall featuring the perfect blend of local food and beverages. If you are looking to explore a variety of new cuisines with a hint of New Orleans flavor, this should be number one on your destination list. With a mix of eleven different dining options all curated by top local chefs, and an award-winning craft cocktail bar, this hall is bound to serve something everyone in your group will love."
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"This southern food hall boasts an endless variety of food, drinks, and entertainment for its more local location. With more than a dozen vendors, people are sure to find their ideal meal whether it’s Mexican dishes, oyster bars, or aptly name s “streetfood.” Opened daily, St. Roch Market is a great place to grow your food brand with more customer exposure. or simply enjoy a good meal with friends."
Mikimoto Restaurant
Mikimoto Restaurant
4.5 (587 ratings)
Japanese fare & generous, Louisiana-accented sushi rolls in a cozy space, plus a drive-thru.
3301 S Carrollton Ave, New Orleans, LA 70118, USA
Japanese restaurantAsian restaurantBarSushi restaurant
4.6 (567 ratings)
An intimate, unpretentious locale for Asian, French & international flavors, plus ramen for lunch.
4600 Washington Ave, New Orleans, LA 70125, USA
Ramen restaurantDinerRestaurantSoutheast Asian restaurant
Mentioned by Eater New Orleans
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"Gert Town ramen destination Kin paused during the pandemic — it’s a small space, and chef Hieu Than’s meticulously-built bowls of ramen aren’t easy to translate to takeout. In March, however, Than launched ramen kits, and built outdoor seating outside of the small Washington Avenue building. The kits come with perfectly cooked proteins (glazed pork belly, chicken paitan) vacuum-sealed, broth, fresh ramen noodles, and vegetable toppings, packaged intricately and accompanied by instructions."
Mentioned by New Orleans
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"Everyone knows that Kin has the most creative soup game in town, but it also offers a rotating repertoire of dumpling specials that are consistently clever and always delicious. The specials when I scooted through on one particular day were real head-scratchers. And I mean that in the best way possible."
Mentioned by New Orleans & Company
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"Kin has gained a lot of traction for the decadent ramen bowls and creative dumplings; in fact, they were nominated for a 2018 James Beard award. Owner, Hieu Than, wanted a small, yet focused menu. It boosts French and Asian flavors in a perfect combination."
P.F. Chang's
P.F. Chang's
4.3 (1478 ratings)
Family-friendly chain offering creative takes on Asian fare in a striking space.
3301 Veterans Memorial Blvd Unit #63, Metairie, LA 70002, USA
Chinese restaurantAsian restaurantDelivery Chinese restaurantDim sum restaurantTakeout RestaurantSushi restaurant
Silk Road Restaurant & Wine Bar
Silk Road Restaurant & Wine Bar
4.3 (257 ratings)
Part of Schiro's Cafe offering Indian standards like curries, paneer, lentil soups & samosas.
2483 Royal St, New Orleans, LA 70117, USA
Fusion restaurantAsian fusion restaurantGastropubIndian restaurantRestaurant
Mentioned by 10Best
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"Silk Road has come a long way since the days when it was a ramshackle neighborhood joint called Schiro's. Situated in the Marigny rectangle, the newly renovated restaurant, with its eye-popping art and handsome bar, is a hidden gem, polished beyond expectation. Chef Ganesh Ayyengar pays homage to his homeland with red curries from the South of India, along with spicy vindaloos popular in the west and tikka masala creamy with ghee."
Mentioned by OpenTable
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"Silk Road, a New Orleans restaurant, features the modern cuisine of India and Asia and incorporates those flavors with contemporary American cuisine. We only use fresh local ingredients and fresh seafood that is a signature of New Orleans. Come visit us in the beautiful Marigny neighborhood of New...Más"
Hong Minh Restaurant
Hong Minh Restaurant
4.6 (132 ratings)
2101 8th St, Harvey, LA 70058, USA
Chinese restaurantAsian restaurantMandarin restaurant
Mentioned by Eater New Orleans
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"Right off the freeway and tucked behind a Best Buy on the West Bank, the unassuming Hong Minh has an excellent menu of Chinese specialties, alongside some traditional Vietnamese and Asian fusion dishes. It’s a hidden gem for takeout, with menu highlights that include the Mongolian beef, Peking duck, wonton soup, and beef with broccoli."
China House
China House
4.2 (87 ratings)
No-frills Chinese counter-serve kitchen cooking up a simple menu of Cantonese dishes.
3600 MacArthur Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70114, USA
Chinese restaurantAsian restaurantRestaurant
4.4 (1024 ratings)
Trendy spot for Vietnamese fare (including pho) with a Creole influence, plus bubble-tea cocktails.
514 City Park Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119, USA
Asian fusion restaurantRestaurant
Mentioned by Condé Nast Traveler
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"As the name suggests,  pho is the main event here at this spot from the chef behind the beloved Maypop. They offer a choice of broth with standard adds such as pork shoulder and meatballs, premium adds such as a slow-poached egg and ribeye steak, and top shelf adds such as duck confit. The crispy chicken wings with lemongrass and ginger are also much-praised, as is the selection of spring rolls."
Mentioned by Food Com
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"First things first: The pho at Chef Michael Gulotta’s restaurant is not at all authentic. Nor does it pretend to be. But it is rich and bright, hefty with dark, deep flavors, whether you choose beef, chicken or vegetable broth."

Best Nightlife in St. John the Baptist Parish

New Orleans Vampire Cafe
New Orleans Vampire Cafe
4.7 (31 ratings)
801 Royal St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
Mentioned by Travel + Leisure
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"Address: 801 Royal StreetNew Orleans, LA 70116Phone: (504) 581-0801Website. Set in the heart of the French Quarter, the cafe features a vampire-themed atmosphere and gothic style decor, inspired by the mystique of New Orleans. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch, the menu includes salads, seafood, steaks, and southern classics like shrimp and grits."
The Harbor Bar & Grill
The Harbor Bar & Grill
4.4 (758 ratings)
Convivial eatery, open late for burgers & other casual American staples, plus outdoor seating.
3024 17th St, Metairie, LA 70002, USA
Hamburger restaurantBarBar & grillCatererEvent venueSeafood restaurant
Mat & Naddie's
Mat & Naddie's
4.6 (20 ratings)
Charming, rustic cottage eatery garners raves for its inventive Louisianan cuisine & patio seating.
937 Leonidas St, New Orleans, LA 70118, USA
Contemporary Louisiana restaurantBarRestaurantSouthern restaurant (US)

Best Nature and Parks (RV, National, Dog, etc) in St. John the Baptist Parish

Crescent Park
Crescent Park
4.6 (1223 ratings)4.5 (74 ratings)
Compact park along the river offering trails, picnic areas & views of the city skyline.
Cres Park Trail, New Orleans, LA 70117, USA
ParkNature & Parks
Mentioned by Curbed New Orleans
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"This 1.4-mile, 20-acre urban park on the riverfront offers landscaped gardens, a dog park, walking paths, public restrooms, swings, and panoramic downtown views. Don't miss the David Adjaye-designed Piety Street Bridge, a pedestrian walkway that rises above active railroad tracks to connect the river with the Bywater community. A post shared by BJ Knights (@bj_knights) on Sep 5, 2016 at 8:32am PDT"
Mentioned by
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"This park was created in 2014, when a formerly derelict area of the city near the Marigny and Bywater neighborhoods was targeted for redevelopment. The park runs along the river; it is 1.4 miles long and is spread out over 20 acres. The main attraction in the park, apart from the pleasant green spaces, is the Piety Street Bridge."
Mentioned by New Orleans 3 days itinerary
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"Finally, head to Crescent Park for a beautiful sunset view of the city, and after the sun goes down venture over to Frenchmen Street for some live jazz and blues. While tourists tend to visit Bourbon Street, you’ll see more locals on Frenchmen. For tonight’s live music, check out this listing by the local radio station."
Old River Road Plantation Adventure
Old River Road Plantation Adventure
4.6 (56 ratings)4.5 (437 ratings)
2041 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70112, USA
Sightseeing tour agencyNature & ParksNature & Wildlife Areas
Mentioned by
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"Famed for the 300-year-old allée of live oak trees dripping with Spanish moss that flank its main entrance, Oak Alley Plantation has more to offer visitors than a quintessential view of a Southern plantation. Highlights include numerous exhibitions exploring the complexities of Southern and Louisiana history, 1,300 acres (526 hectares) of grounds, and the historic house itself—all within easy driving distance of New Orleans.More"
Mentioned by Photography & Travel
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"Oak Alley Plantation is actually about an hour west of New Orleans, but it is such an amazing photo location, anyone visiting New Orleans should make the trip. It was definitely one of the highlights of our vacation. As you might expect, it is an old plantation house, located on the west bank of the Mississippi River, in the community of Vacherie, which is in St. James Parish."
Louis Armstrong Park
Louis Armstrong Park
4.5 (4516 ratings)4 (1003 ratings)
31-acre park that's home to historic Congo Square & hosts concerts, films & other events.
701 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
City parkNature & ParksPark
Mentioned by Blake Hotel New Orleans
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"This park pays tribute to one of the Big Easy’s most esteemed legends, Louis Armstrong. The park is all about art, jazz, and music, featuring different events throughout the year at the historic Congo Square. It’s only a block from the jazz-inspired Hotel St. Pierre; so grab your food and find a peaceful spot among the trees, or spread out a blanket along the banks of the lagoon."
Mentioned by New Orleans 3 days itinerary
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"Just outside of the French Quarter is Louis Armstrong Park, a public space honoring the jazz musician it was named after. Inside, there are iconic sites like Congo Square, a historic meeting place for slaves in the 1800s. There are also sculptures, a duck pond and plenty of green space where you can relax after spending your morning walking around the city."
Mentioned by Condé Nast Traveler
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"There aren’t a ton of green spaces in downtown New Orleans, so Louis Armstrong Park, just outside the French Quarter, is a welcome option. Given its proximity to the city’s culture, the park has also become a hub for festivals and seasonal events. It’s a well-designed, landscaped spot that packs a lot into 32 acres."

Best Coffee Shops and Cafes in St. John the Baptist Parish

Satsuma Cafe
Satsuma Cafe
4.5 (593 ratings)
Hipster-friendly coffeehouse with locally sourced American fare off a chalkboard menu plus a patio.
3218 Dauphine St, New Orleans, LA 70117, USA
CafeBreakfast restaurantCoffee shopHealth food restaurantJuice shopLunch restaurantWi-Fi spot
Mentioned by VacationIdea
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"Boasting multiple locations around the city, Satsuma Café is focused on serving healthy, wholesome fare prepared from locally sourced ingredients and artisanal produce. The café is open daily for breakfast and lunch and offers a selection of daily specials, freshly squeezed juices, and fantastic coffee. Breakfast dishes include bacon, egg, and cheese sandwiches, bagels and lox, avocado toast, Mexican and Satsuma breakfast plates, homemade granola and yogurt, and a vegan curry scramble."
Mentioned by AFAR Media
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"Tattooed, yoga mat-toting hipsters frequent this Bywater haunt for its locally roasted coffee, kale salads, and just-pressed juices. And on select weekday nights, the space plays host to a pop-up called Twilight Tacos. The succinct menu includes..."
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Twisted Waffles LLC
4.2 (161 ratings)
Next To Saulet Apartments Leasing Office, 1420 Annunciation St #2117, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Antoine's Annex
Antoine's Annex
4.2 (292 ratings)
This old-fashioned coffeehouse & sweets shop is an outpost of nearby historic Antoine's restaurant.
513 Royal St #2182, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
CafeCajun restaurantCoffee shopCreole restaurantEspresso barFrench restaurantRestaurant

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