Comfort Inn New Orleans Airport
10151 Airline Highway
Saint Rose, LA 70087
Phone: (504) 443-5100
Fax: (504) 443-5115
Ristorante Da Piero is an Italian restaurant that specializes cuisine from the Romagna region in Italy. This quaint diner has made a niche for itself as patrons swear it to be the best in town. Their food is so delicious that you won't find any dish on their menu that isn't. Complement your meal with fine wine or rum. They also have a cigar room. Enjoy live music and occasional opera performances.
Fiesta Latina is not only a Mexican restaurant but it serves delicious Latin American specialties too. Savor their dishes like Carne Asada, Huevos Rancheros, Pupusas and Tacos.
Sake Cafe of Chateau has a chic look to it with its lovely light fixtures and modern decor. This Japanese restaurant serves a traditional as well as creative menu. Savor their dishes like Shrimp Wonton Wrap, Golden Baby Back Ribs, Shumai, Chicken Teriyaki and Chicken Tempura. They also have fresh sushi. Complement your meal with a drink of your choice from their bar.
Pho Sunrise opened its doors in 2012 and is a nice option if you are looking for Vietnamese cuisine. Their dishes are freshly prepared and packed with flavor. You might have to wait a bit as it is a small spot but the service is quick.
Cherry Blossom Japanese Restaurant is a sleek restaurant. They serve traditional fare as well as sushi. Savor their dishes like Sesame Seed Chicken, Squid Salad, Gyoza, Soft Shell Crab Tempura, Tuna Tataki, Salmon Skin Roll, Spicy Ninja Roll, Kenner Roll and Beef Teriyaki.
Though Copeland's of New Orleans is a chain restaurant, they strive that every location has a charm of its own. Their branch on West Esplanade Avenue is the only one in town. It is a nice spot to try Cajun and Creole specialties. Enjoy their dishes like Crab Stuffed Beignets, Crab Stuffed Catfish Roulade, Eggplant Pirogue, Crawfish Etouffée and Shrimp Ducky.
Zea Rotisserie & Grill is a part its namesake chain of restaurants. Their creative American menu comprises of rotisserie, seafood, soups, small plates, sandwiches and lunch specials. Their portions are generous and delicious. Their rotisserie platter are a hit among their patrons. Every day has a different rotisserie dish.
Tarka brings the flavor of South Asia to the New Orleans area with this casual restaurant. Sample the flavors of the region with appetizers like Veggie Pakora and Meat Samosa, and entrees like Chicken Biryani, Goat Quorma, or Chicken Boti. A vegetarian portion of the menu offers interesting meat-free dishes with traditional flavors. In addition to the regular menu, several chef’s specialties are available on Fridays and Saturdays and lunch buffet is offered daily. Tarka does not serve alcohol and does not allow patrons to bring their own. -Beth Dolgner
Churra's Brazilian Grill opened its doors in 2012. This non-fancy restaurant serves succulent meat dishes that are grilled or barbecued. Their buffet-style service enables you to take huge portions.
Opened in 2007, Mi Pueblito Restaurant is tucked away on Florida Avenue. This Honduran eatery is indeed a hidden gem since finding a restaurant of this cuisine is very rare. Savor their dishes like Pastelitos, Chicken Taquitos and Platano Maduro Relleno.
Nola Desi Kitchen carries the flavors of the Indian subcontinent, mainly India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. Patrons swear by their food which according to them is the best in town. Drop in here to relish their delightful dishes.
The friendly staff at Pho Nola strives to make customers feel at home at this Metairie Vietnamese café. The lengthy menu features carefully prepared Vietnamese dishes ready for family-style meals like Vietnamese Spring Rolls, Bahn Hoi and noodle entrees. Pho Nola’s Pho (a traditional Vietnamese noodle soup of clear broth rice noodles) is fully flavored with a plethora of condiments like jalapeño, cilantro, basil and hot chili sauce. Pho Nola’s beverage menu includes a selection of boba teas, a Vietnamese soybean drink and Pho Nola specialty fruit drinks. -Bethany Culp