Boudin King

Review by: Michael Stern

The spicy pork and rice sausage known as boudin is a hallmark of the Cajun kitchen, and the restaurant founded by Ellis Cormier, known as The Boudin King of swamp country, is a great place to eat it. The sausage is sold in large links, mild or spicy, for eating here or to take home. Even mild packs a punch; spicy is sinus-draining. Both are porky, powerful food, best enjoyed in the company of other good things served up by his kitchen. They include fine fried chicken, smoky gumbo, crisp-fried catfish, and fried crawfish. Boudin King is one of a kind, a destination eatery for anyone in search of Cajun good food.

What To Eat

Boudin Sausage


Red Beans with Rice & Sausage

Fried Chicken

Fried Shrimp


Boudin King Recipes


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