Rabideaux’s Sausage Kitchen

There is a small lunch counter if you want a hot plate lunch, a menu of made to order items, made ahead hot items to grab ‘n go, and snack items. The service was friendly and helpful.

Smashed boudin ball burger on wrapper in cardboard basket.Rabideaux’s Sausage Kitchen

105 HWY 165, Iowa, LA

Venue: Easy to find eatery off Interstate 10.

Main entry aisle with order counter and multiple coolers or freezers of food for sale.Atmosphere: Casual, country eatery. You order and retrieve food choices from the counter. Drinks purchased at the counter as well and are self-serve. There are lots of hard wood tables to enjoy your meal at.

Fried foods on display for order and go selections.Food Fare: There is a small lunch counter if you want a hot plate lunch, a menu of made to order items, made ahead hot items to grab ‘n go, and snack items. Pete enjoyed a meat and veggie breaded and fried kabob along with a side of gizzards. A meat and veggie breaded and fried kabob along with a side of gizzards each in styrofoam containers.At the recommendation of another customer, I had the boudin balls smashed into a burger and served with burger fixins. The boudin burger was crunchy on the outside and soft in the middle. This texture and flavor combo with the bun was tasty! We didn’t try the desserts, but these comfort food baked items looked good.

Rabideaux’s sign with pig leaning on a fence.Recommendations: Try a dessert if your not too full. Take note that the drink fountain is not all you can drink, but there is a reasonable price on refills. We wanted to purchase some sausage or other bulk meat to take home. Refrigerated display of sausages and meats.However, we were disappointed to read that there is MSG in the sausage. Read the label or ask before purchasing from the meat counter if MSG is a concern.

Service: We were greeted upon entering. The service was friendly and helpful.Rabideaux’s Sausage Kitchen storefront.

Return Rating: Yes. Pete plans to try something different, and Cindy may have to stick to the boudin ball burger.

Author: Cindy Avery

Retired from education, Cindy still likes to learn and enjoys sharing useful and unique information. She hopes to encourage others in their learning journey.

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