In south Louisiana seafood goes beyond an option on a menu; it’s an artform. While we all have our favorite staples, it can be refreshing to find a new perspective on the wonderful ingredients we have in our part of the world. BRQ’s simple philosophy is to provide the best seafood in south Louisiana. In addition to competition-style barbeque, BRQ creates relationships with their farmers and purveyors of the fresh ingredients they use in all of their dishes. Of course, as the saying goes, “if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it,” and while that is tried and true, here are a few ways that BRQ is introducing some new seafood options, as well as the tried-and-true favorites.
Fresh from the Gulf of Mexico, redfish is south Louisiana favorite. BRQ adds some creole flair by including maque choux (a concoction of corn, green bell pepper, onion, and sometimes garlic, celery, and tomato), along with crawfish and lemon butter.
Combining the best of both of their expertise, BRQ’s BBQ salmon comes with a pineapple habanero glaze and brussel sprouts.
This classic and popular recipe receives a southern spin. BRQ’s version features bacon wrapped shrimp stuffed with cheese, poblano, andouille, and is served with mashed potatoes and brussel sprouts.
Fried Shrimp and/or Catfish Platter
A staple on menus far and wide across Louisiana, BRQ couldn’t ignore this crowd favorite. With fresh ingredients and meticulous seasoning and preparation; this classic dish is on par with quality you’ve come to expect from BRQ.
Shrimp and Crab Sensation Salad
For a lighter option, BRQ’s shrimp and crab sensation salad hits the spot. With mixed greens, tomato, avocado, parmesan, and obviously shrimp and crab, this is a refreshing salad.
Crawfish & Crab Add-Ons
Feel like a steak, but don’t want to miss out on fresh seafood? Crawfish and Crab add-ons are available to create the perfect pairing of flavor.
Whether you are looking for a Louisiana classic, or want to experience something a little different, BRQ Barbeque and Seafood in Baton Rouge has you covered.