"Louisiana is home to some of the top chefs in the entire nation, so Baton Rouge apartment-ites are lucky in that there are numerous locations to hit that each offer up top-of-the-line food within only a few miles. One spot to take in some very fine dining is at Mansurs on the Boulevard, where explosions of beauty and flavors can be found just about every day. A fantastic wine list and some gorgeous decor make the trip even more worth the trouble, adding a fabulous dining experience to your delectable dinner.
No matter when you arrive at Mansurs, whether for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, or even late night snacking, there's always something delicious ready for you. The best dishes, however, can be found around dinner time, when the grills really start to fire up. They have a great selection of starters, including appetizers options such as Crab Cakes Covington, with reoulade sauace and tomato corn relish, Acadiana egg rolls, stuffed with duck and shrimp and served with Asian sauces, Zydeco mushrooms, stuffed with seafood and covered in Parmesan, and Buffalo Wellington, ground buffalo and truffles baked in puff pastry, with micro greens and Foie Gras Butter. There are also delicious soups and salads, including Louisiana gumbo or cream of Brie and crabmeat, or the warm crawfish salad, with fried crawfish, bacon, and honey Dijon dressing.
Of course, the starters just give you a taste of the spectacular flavors that are still to come. The many different choices available on the meats menu include the regular cuts of steaks, including the filet mignon, the New York strip, ribeye, and the special Buckhead grand filet, or you could try one of their delectable veal items, including veal Oscar, with lump crabmeat, asparagus and Bernaise sauce, or Creole veal Piccata, with twin medallions in Creole caper butter. They also have delicious pulled pork, rubbed with chile and served with truffle and Gouda mac and cheese and au jus. Even more delicious options show themselves once you peruse the Fin and Fowl Menu, with delicious varieties including Mardi Gras crab, stuffed with seafood and covered in a Creole Hollandaise, Duck Mansur, topped with Chambord blackberry sauce, and Visiting Fresh Fish served three different ways, regular, with light lemon butter, A La Cocodrie, with crabmeat, green onions and mushrooms, or A'la Orleans, with toasted almonds, gulf shrimp and lemon butter.
With main dishes this amazing, why wouldn't a Baton Rouge apartment-ite finish things off with something just as great? Mansurs has a fantastic selection of delectable desserts, including Louisiana Lust, chocolate chip and pecan pie served with chocolate glaze, Bailey's Cheesecake Chantilly, chocolate chip cheesecake with Irish cream Chantilly sauce, or their delicious bread pudding, baked with blueberries, raisins and a butter rum sauce.
No matter when you may arrive at Mansurs on the Boulevard, you're always in for a delicious meal, morning, noon or night, with fantastic food from start to finish. You would think that world class food like this you would have to travel for, but these delicious delicacies can be yours without having to travel far from your Baton Rouge apartment. "