There might only be 24 restaurants in Walker LA, but there are some good ones. One of the ones I’m going to tell you about serves up delicious Lebanese food. Another is all about Mexican cuisine, and then another serves up delicious Chinese food. I’ll leave the 4th one a mystery as we discover together some details about some of the best restaurants in the city of Walker, Louisiana.
Albasha is the restaurant that is known for serving up delicious Lebanese cuisine. Located off of Highway 447, Albasha is known for its Meat Moussaka and so much more. Expect hot pita bread, delicious hummus and all kinds of great eats when you stop by this dining establishment in Walker LA.
Then there is Foo Chow, which is also located off of Highway 447. What you can expect at this restaurant for the most part is what people say is your typical Chinese buffet. Yet I see catfish makes the menu highlights, and it is the first time that I have seen catfish listed for a Chinese buffet. It also might be the first time that I’ve seen fried crab listed as well.
The place to get Mexican cuisine is called Los Sombreros Mexican Restaurant. Its location is on Walker Road South, and the fajitas and tamales are a couple of the menu highlights. According to reviews, you can expect great service and great food. And when have you had the chance to try chipotle crawfish queso? Now that is certainly a taste of Louisiana, wouldn’t you say? I would have to try that version of queso.
The restaurant I left a mystery is called Sherwood Po Boy, and its location is also on Walker Road South. A Po Boy is certainly a taste of Louisiana as well. According to the reviews, the place evidently has quite a few choices on the po boys. Roast beef, shrimp and fish are some of what’s available. Fried mushrooms and fried pickles are also on the menu. I used to not be a fried mushrooms fan, but they are delicious.
Walker LA features some great choices for dining out, right? Get your taste of Louisiana, and have a grand time traveling around this unique and interesting city as well. What stuck out to you the most? For me, it was that crawfish queso. It’s always great to try something new when it comes to food, and it will be an adventure.