The Creole and Cajun flavors of Louisiana are on display at Fete au Fete Streatery in New Orleans. Michah Martello’s truck has proven to be a sempiternal hit on the LSU campus and beyond (with service as far as Baton Rouge).
From the crawfish poutine to the Cajun cubano, Martello’s food is based in classic Louisiana cooking, but consistently has a bit of a fusion kick. The blackened chicken yard bird po boy is always a killer, and same goes for the cheesy, meaty mess of grits he calls Trash Grits, but you’d making a dangerous mistake to skip out on some of Fete au Fete’s signature bread pudding for dessert. So why make mistakes? Book Fete au Fete to cater your next event.
Trash Grits — Creamy cheese grits with smoked pulled pork, grilled onions, smoked gouda, Sriracha, and a fried egg
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