The Cabin Restaurant - Burnside, Louisiana - Fine Cajun Food Since 1973

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Name:
Jim & Roxanne Love
EMail:
jrsts1@home.com
Date:
19 Feb 2001
Time:
12:20:17

Comments

We are from Iowa and travel to New Orleans often. We always stop at The Cabin for lunch. It is our favorite place to eat when we are down there. The atmosphere and service and especially the food are excellent. Thank you!!! We will see you the third week of March. The Loves


Name:
Mary Heleniak
EMail:
mheleniak@selu.edu
Date:
28 Feb 2001
Time:
13:40:04

Comments

Wish you had a link from the Louisiana Tourism/Plantation Country/Restaurant webpage.

I got the website address from your email link.

WONDERFUL website; beautiful pictures. Have visited the restaurant at least 5-6 times...plan to come back as often as possible. Great food and decor. Especially enjoyed the cajun fiddler last time we were there.


Name:
Terri Balchen
EMail:
Hbalc27124@aol.com
Date:
08 Mar 2001
Time:
16:25:52

Comments

My husband and I are going to New Orleans in June. When we decided to go, he said, "Hey let's go to that little restaurant we ate at 22 years ago!" It made quite an impression on us. And we will be back in June! We are going to Edgard to search down my ancestors. So we will definitely drop in for lunch!!


Name:
Larry and Terri Balchen
EMail:
hbalc27124@aol.com
Date:
08 Mar 2001
Time:
16:28:19

Comments

We were in Burnside 22 years ago and ate at the Cabin! We still remember it well and plan on coming the weekend of June 8th for our anniversary. We are going to Edgard LA to search for my ancestors! See ya then!


Name:
est
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Date:
03 Jul 2001
Time:
11:23:24

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hi, my name is esther helen rankins-belfrey, i haven't been back home since 1964. it really hurts to see such beautiful changes in my home town. but i just love its beautifications,and knowing to have such hospitality as yours. i can't wait to come visit my home again. i still have my down south cooking ability. and thanks to my mother and my oldest sister it will stay with me. thanks for your web site.........p.o.box 18516,oakland,ca 94619 god bless


Name:
EMail:
micsanders@eatel.net
Date:
16 Jul 2001
Time:
22:02:46

Comments

Love your projects. I think it is wonderful to see some one so dedicated to saving something so precious. So many people neglect the past to push ahead. You are an example you can preserve it and still prosper. May God bless you and your future restorations. I someday hope to own a piece of the past.


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Date:
10 Aug 2001
Time:
16:41:36

Comments

I got married there at The Cabin two days before Christmas. My wedding is known in Gonzales as one of the most beautiful. I have you to thank.


Name:
Kenneth Decker, Sr.
EMail:
KenDeckerSr@aol.com
Date:
17 Feb 2002
Time:
04:46:54

Comments

Every year my father, Emile Decker (age 72), myself, Kenneth Decker Sr. (age 49), and my son, Kenny Decker, Jr. (age 21) make our annual 3 day retreat at the Manresa Retreat House in Convent, Louisiana. We are proud to Men of Manresa in our 1st Sunday in Lent group!

It has been a long tradition that before our 3 day retreat begins that "Grandfather, Son, & Grandson" have our annual lunch at The Cabin and afterwards we drive over to Manresa, regester, meet 'ol friends again, and commence our 3 days of silence.

Today is Sunday, February 17, 2002...the 1st Sunday in Lent. Today we go to Manresa for our retreat. Today The Decker Men will enjoy lunch at The Cabin!

Kenneth Decker, Sr. 938 Pennsylvania Avenue Slidell, Louisiana 70458-2932


Name:
Patricia Barber
EMail:
PatBar1128@aol.com
Date:
21 Mar 2002
Time:
16:40:57

Comments

I lived in the New Orleans area for 28 years and visited The Cabin. I left the area after my spouse passed away in March 1998.

I am coming back to the New Orleans area to be a "tourist" in early April. I will be on The River Road for a couple of days and I am staying at Tezcuco and will come by The Cabin to "pig out!"

Do you have a Souvenier Shop?

Look forward to visiting you soon!


Name:
EMail:
helenc80@hotmail.com
Date:
11 Nov 2002
Time:
10:23:40

Comments

Will you be open on Thanksgiving Day?


Name:
Jim newbigging
EMail:
bigjim@worldonline.co.za
Date:
15 Nov 2002
Time:
11:50:23

Comments

Hi I was last their in 1980, I remember I realy enjoyed my time at your restaurant. I met a girl by the name of April who worked there, is she still around ? keep up the good work

Jim


Name:
Brandi Bridgeman
EMail:
brandibridgeman@hotmail.com
Date:
24 Nov 2002
Time:
21:08:13

Comments

I plan to visit the area south of New Orleans & along River Road within the coming months. I look forward to discovering your history. Thanks!


Name:
Brandi Bridgeman
EMail:
brandibridgeman@hotmail.com
Date:
24 Nov 2002
Time:
21:08:26

Comments

I plan to visit the area south of New Orleans & along River Road within the coming months. I look forward to discovering your history. Thanks!


Name:
Mary
EMail:
sp1tf1re40@earthlink.net
Date:
27 Jan 2003
Time:
20:26:54

Comments

I am the g-granddaughter of John Archibald and Hattie Wilkes Barber of N.C./S.C/.I put both states because they owned land in both states.


Name:
Richard Logsdon
EMail:
lsufan21@aol.com
Date:
08 Apr 2003
Time:
11:44:37

Comments

I worked at the Liquid Carbonic plant in Geismar and at the Convent Chemical plant at Convent in the early 1980's. One of my fondest memories are the lunches that I had at The Cabin. I have not had the opportunity to come back to the restaurant since then. I look forward to the day that I get back. The food was excellent. As a Louisianian (born and raised in Alexandria) I love the Cajun Food and the LSU TIGERS. Tulane stinks.

God Bless


Name:
Todd Matherne
EMail:
toddmatherne@yahoo.com
Date:
05 May 2003
Time:
10:28:44

Comments

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Name:
Sandy
EMail:
gussandy1@cs.com
Date:
28 May 2003
Time:
12:38:23

Comments

Just got back from Louisiana and a highlight of our trip was lunch at The Cabin. My husband told me that your cornbread was even better than mine, so if you ever divulge the recipe (or sell it like the buttermilk pie one), let me know. We loved everything we had and will be back whenever in the state. Thanks for a wonderful memory!


Name:
Melissa Compton
EMail:
Tessa7645@aol.com
Date:
13 Jul 2003
Time:
19:19:48

Comments

My husband and I are scheduled to visit N.O. in mid-September and plan to visit river road this time around. After a lot of searching for our day trip I am very excited to add the cabin on our list of things to do !!


Name:
Gwen
EMail:
gquickel@quik.com
Date:
26 Jul 2003
Time:
19:24:20

Comments

We were there summer of 1993, My husband, daughter, two grandaughters and I. The food was excellent. You have added more since then and we would love to come back.


Name:
carole mancuso
EMail:
pisces39@cox.net
Date:
05 Sep 2003
Time:
21:48:59

Comments

I visited the cabin for lunch on New Year's Eve - it was fabulous! We'll see you soon, like, tomorrow!


Name:
Julie Ferguson
EMail:
julieb@creditprotect.com
Date:
17 Oct 2003
Time:
10:13:30

Comments

A friend from Ohio had lunch at your restaurant and fell in love with your Buttermilk Pie. Would you please e-mail me the recipe to give to her as a gift. If I need to purchase a cook book please give me the information to do so.


Name:
OKEKE ONYEOCHA
EMail:
MUGUMANI@GUYMAN.COM
Date:
04 Nov 2003
Time:
06:33:10

Comments

I ATE IN THE SAME WHEN I WAS IN ARUBA


Name:
Dan & Gail Brogdon
EMail:
gail_brogdon@yahoo.com
Date:
24 Nov 2003
Time:
20:55:34

Comments

24 years ago, we embarked on a driving trip (off the interstate) from Springfield, IL to New Orleans, using an intinerary from the June 1978 isuue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine. The Cabin was mentioned in the article as a good place to eat. While looking through some old vacation items, I came across the article from Better Homes and Gardens and remembered the excellent red beans and rice and iced tea in fruit jars. We have talked of repeating that vacation and will certainly stop by again for red beans and rice. I was so glad to find your website and see that The Cabin is still in business. Blessings to all of you.


Name:
Fred J.Muller Jr.
EMail:
ritedarbyu@worldnet.att.net
Date:
04 Dec 2003
Time:
05:22:39

Comments

Saw your restaurant in the phone book ,would like to venture your way one day.


Name:
Biff Pileon
EMail:
gliner43@yahoo.com
Date:
23 Jan 2004
Time:
10:40:31

Comments

Nice Site.


Name:
Anna
EMail:
annalaura1975@aol.com
Date:
24 Jan 2004
Time:
22:01:15

Comments

Hi Erin,cool website! Your restuarant looks so neat, I can't wait to come and see it. I really like the newspaper walls & fireplace. I love & miss you so much. Anna


Name:
Barry Edelstein
EMail:
e3bls@earthlink.net
Date:
03 Feb 2004
Time:
06:47:48

Comments

I sending a customer (friend from naval reserve in New Orleans) to visit your place for lunch. please make sure he does leave untile he samples a slice of your buttermilk pie.


Name:
Dolores Owens from Arizona
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Date:
19 Feb 2004
Time:
11:22:49

Comments

The web site is great!! Almost as good as being there in person, as I have been many times.


Name:
Tina Landry
EMail:
Tinal88048@aol.com
Date:
12 Mar 2004
Time:
06:17:34

Comments

I am looking forward to visiting it when we go............


Name:
lintere
EMail:
lntl39@netscape.net
Date:
21 Mar 2004
Time:
20:15:15

Comments

interesting place, hope i can stop by when i am next in the area!


Name:
Jacqui & Kim Travis
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Date:
23 Mar 2004
Time:
09:22:12

Comments

We are from Pensacola, FL. We found The Cabin quite by accident several years ago while on a road trip Out West. We were going to have an "on-the-road" breakfast in New Orleans, the morning we started out, but got caught in a horrible traffic jam and decided to just drive on through. Your logo on an interstate exit sign intrigued us, and the rest is history. Since our son is stationed at an Army base in the Mojave Desert, we drive out West several times a year now. A stop at The Cabin on the way out and on the way back is mandatory. We start our trip with you, and end our trip with you, and haven't been disappointed yet! Keep an eye out for us in May, we'll be headed that way! Thanks for the incredible food and wonderful hospitality that you serve up consistently...


Name:
Yvette
EMail:
yvette@willetts1963.freeserve.co.uk
Date:
30 Mar 2004
Time:
06:12:28

Comments

Can't wait for the next time I'm able to drop in and sample the food again.


Name:
sandra roberie
EMail:
sroberie@teche.net
Date:
31 Mar 2004
Time:
18:26:41

Comments

I just made a reservation forApril 25th for 8 women from Morgan City and Berwick area. I have never been but a few of the 8 have been. I've wanted to go for a long time. Looking forward to our visit with you for lunch. There is a Red Hat Society happening at the Tanger Outlet Mall on that day and they are expecting many, many Red Hatters. Sandra


Name:
gwen mcknight
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Date:
17 Jun 2004
Time:
09:26:31

Comments

I would like to visit sometime, but did not see prices, Is there a charge?


Name:
Mary
EMail:
travelmegusa@hotmail.com
Date:
03 Jul 2004
Time:
22:57:43

Comments

We just visited Louisiana and went to your restaurant for lunch. It was the best meal that we had in Louisiana. We absolutely loved it. We think that you should produce a cookbook. It would be a bestseller!!


Name:
Leecy
EMail:
leeceehere@charter.net
Date:
29 Jul 2004
Time:
09:24:56

Comments

The French Settlment Smoke Sausage you use is delicious. Can you possibly tell me where you buy it?

thanks


Name:
Mel
EMail:
Evil504@aol.com
Date:
20 Aug 2004
Time:
09:37:17

Comments

I really enjoyed seeing your web site. I was looking for some where fun to go to today with some friends & I believe this is where we will be heading.


Name:
EMail:
Date:
22 Aug 2004
Time:
05:51:18

Comments

We ate at the restaurant years ago and can stil remember the Buttermilk Pie!!!



Name:
Prepaid phone cards
EMail:
miami@hotmail.com
Date:
24 Aug 2004
Time:
08:43:25

Comments

Did not we go to same school? In Norwalk Virginia? Goe Scott remember?


Name:
Paintball guns
EMail:
pirat@hotmail.com
Date:
24 Aug 2004
Time:
21:15:57

Comments

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For lunch or dinner - for small intimate meals or
large weddings, receptions, showers, birthdays, family reunions,

corporate meetings, and other

        RESERVATION   INFORMATION
Call 225-473-3007
  

Menu available by fax - call 225-473-3007

 
 Al Robert has collected and preserved buildings from the 
River Road and nearby communities for over 25 years.

He utilizes 2 locations to share them with the public.

His first was The Cabin Restaurant, located at the corner of 
Hwys. 22 and 44 in Burnside, Louisiana - just a mile from the River Road.

His second preservation location is 

THE CAJUN VILLAGE
A collection of restored Acadian buildings featuring a variety of specialty shops

Located just 3 miles away from The Cabin at the corner of 
Hwys. 22 and 70 (Sunshine Bridge Road), in Sorrento.
  

       

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Last modified: September 17, 2003

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