Exploring the history and culture of the French Quarter, browsing through all of the shops and art galleries along Magazine or Royal streets can quickly work up a large appetitive. When you hear your tummy growling, stop by Bistreaux. It’s conveniently located in the hotel and serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere for guests of the hotel, as well as French Quarter visitors.
Bistreaux’s menu is a collection of foods the culinary staff became familiar with growing up. It’s heavily influenced by the local palate with emphasis on organic Louisiana grown ingredients, with the fresher the better. The menu varies throughout the year because the chef only uses fresh, seasonal ingredients.
The menu always includes popular foods from throughout the country, heavily influenced by local flavors and tastes. The chef calls it inspired comfort food. Sample items from the menu include items straight off the butcher block like red beans rice with local Andouille sausage or grilled filet mignon. Of course, being near the coast of Louisiana, there’s many items fresh from the waters of the Gulf, including BBQ shrimp and a pan fried local fish that varies each day depending on what is reeled in that morning.
Bistreaux’s includes a full service bar featuring top shelf brands so you can enjoy your favorite drink or let us show you one of our innovative concoctions.
So next time you’re in town, make sure to stop by Bistreaux’s for delicious meal when you need to refill and refuel.
Located in the heart of the French Quarter, each of the guest rooms and suites in the Hotel Provincial is uniquely furnished with antiques bestowing a warm and relaxing ambiance.
The French Market Inn, New Orleans, La., is tucked away on the banks of the Mississippi River in the center of the French Quarter.