This Bayou Burger is Like Eating New Orleans on a Bun

New Orleans is most definitely known as a foodie city. They have a culinary take that is uniquely their own as anyone who has ever strung together the words "po" and "boy" would know. Now a burger joint is attempting to cover the entirety of New Orleans centuries of food history into a single burger.

East coast chain Burger 21 has just unveiled their Bayou Burger, which is like eating New Orleans on a bun. The patty is made from andouille sausage and turkey. The patty is then topped with seasoned blackened shrimp and a spicy cajun coleslaw. Finishing it off are two sauces, a seafood remoulade and Sriracha. Some lucky burger chompers will also find a tiny, toy baby inside their patty (just kidding.)

Of course, if you are hankering for a taste of New Orleans, you could always head to New Orleans.

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