Ekkamai’s Cajun and Creole food offer such hard-to-come-by New Orleans’ gumbo, Louisiana pork sausage and chicken jambalaya.

Bourbon Street (French: Rue Bourbon, Spanish: Calle de Borbón) is a historic street in the heart of the French Quarter of New Orleans. Extending thirteen blocks from Canal Street to Esplanade Avenue, Bourbon Street is famous for its many bars and strip clubs.

Bourbon St. Restaurant & Oyster Bar, was established in 1986 by Doug Harrison, is the only address for authentic Cajun and Creole Cuisine in Bangkok. Louisiana favorites, such as the famous Blackened Fish, Gumbo, Jambalaya, Fresh Live Imported Oysters, Boiled Live Crawfish, USDA Prime Steaks, Hickory Smoked Ribs, even Mexican Specials and Pizzas, are prepared for your dining pleasure with care.

The food is always center stage, dished up with New Orleans-style hospitality and with Thai charm in the perfect venue for a family outing, a special date or by yourself. You’re always made to feel welcome.

I tried the chicken fried steak that day, & the meat was cooked to perfection with a big bowl of gravy, while my guest selected the blackened fish. We also ordered gumbo. The total cost for the meal was about 1,500 baht, not costly, considering the food, the service and the ambiance of the restaurant.

The drink selection is extensive.


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