Simple menu, great food, social networking meet french food... When you're hungry for some Authentic Mussels and Fries, only Les Deux Papas will do!
It all started when a small French School, Ecole Bilingue de la Nouvell Orléans, created their yearly fund raiser La Fête Française and.......read more
As a small kid growing up in Nantes, near the atlantique ocean, I remember harvessting mussels with my grandmother on the rocks on the beach of our little coastal town. We'd bring the bushel full of mussel home and the....read more
We've been written about in the local paper, we have cooked them on live TV and still to this day, there's no Les Deux Papas restaurant! We only appear....read more
You have been warned and so now is the time to mark your calendar and save the date for on this day and this day ONLY, Les Deux Papas will once again come out of hiding and cook for you.
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Sautéed in olive oil, garlic, oinion, tyme and parsley, the mussels are then allowed to steam in deliciously dry Muscadet and are finished with some heavy cream right before being served piping hot right out of the pan.
Sautéed in olive oil, garlic, oinion, tyme and parsley, the mussels are then allowed to steam in deliciously dry Muscadet and are finished with the addition of a subtily spicy tomato and red pepper sauce right before being served piping hot right out of the pan.
French fries are not THAT famous right? Well perhaps any other french fries are not, but Les Deux Papas French fries are certainly something worth waiting an entire for!
we fry them with the finest premium peanut oil, fried at the perfect temperature, the radiant and slightly "dorée" color will amaze you. Oh and this was not enough, we will be serving them with a healty scoop our secret Aioli sauce. Yes we are THAT proud of these French fries!
In France, it's simply inapropriate and to eat mussels and not savor the sauce with a "morceau de pain", a piece of bread. So in keeping with tradition, we will have plenty of freshly baked French baguette from our friends at La Boulangerie on Magazine street. We do run out of them, so don't be late to the party and start your Fête Française by visiting us first :-)