Sweet and Savory Company in Gonzales, Louisiana

Sweet and Savory Company is an 8-table restaurant that provides casual dining experiences with a modern twist to Louisiana’s staple foods. Within the first year of opening, Chef Brandon Lee won the 2015 Best Chef of Louisiana from American Culinary Federation. This hidden gem uses fresh, local ingredients to ensure satisfaction of the customers. Sweet + Savory Company motto is, “ Taste the freshness”.

Location1064 E. Worthy Street, Suite B, Gonzales, [amazon_textlink asin=’B017WYDX96′ text=’Louisiana’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’theyums-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’ecdc6e22-af6b-11e7-af18-91903aa26bd9′]. The restaurant is in the Ascension Parish of Louisiana, between Baton Rouge and New Orleans, in the back corner of a business suite.

Menu: The menu consists of both authentic and chef-twisted recipes of down-home, Louisiana cooking. Sweet and Savory serves flavorful items such as boudin rolls, gumbo, po-boys, chicken wings with one of their specialty sauces, red beans and rice, and various seafood options. There are kid-friendly and catering options available.

Ask for the Dessert of the Day. It changes often but can consist of red velvet cake, cheesecake, or a delicious pie option. There are daily entree specials such as fried chicken, chicken & shrimp alfredo, hamburger steak, and grilled pork chops. All entrees come with side choices.

Thoughts: Sweet and Savory Company is a quaint restaurant with full color and eclectic decor. It is a sense of home by the food aromas and warm welcoming from staff. Even though the restaurant is in a business complex, exposure to the pond and greenery out the large windows provide a comforting atmosphere. Don’t expect to get served alcoholic beverages but try their house specialty, Doodle Berry Punch. It is a fruit punch.

Sweet and Savory Company goal is to excel in “providing irresistible foods and flavors”.  They have exceeded in this goal. The food is made fresh daily. Do you love seafood? They have many options. Try the award-winning Shrimp and Grits made with their signature creamy sauce and served with garlic bread. It’s like no other in Ascension Parish. The second most popular seafood entrée is the Rich Girl, a twisted recipe to the classic shrimp po-boy.

Not into seafood? Sweet and Savory Company has a chicken and sausage gumbo. It is served year round with a side of rice and bread. The flavorful, robust broth only makes you drink it like coffee or tea. There is a plain burger called “The Company” Gourmet Stack. It is an 8-ounce all-beef patty made with their special seasoning. The fresh and local toppings are sweet maple bacon, caramelized onions, [amazon_textlink asin=’B00CRPT4EO’ text=’chipotle BBQ’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’theyums-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’aaafb4c3-af6c-11e7-8f54-95feb4f93aab’], house mayo, jalapeños, American and Swiss cheeses.

The menu has something for many palettes and dietary needs. Don’t forget to ask about the desserts available.

Price Range: Appetizers and sides range from $3-11.95. Entrees range from $7.50- 14.95.  When available, dessert prices vary.

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Author Bio:  LaToya McGee-Willis is a traveler with an interest in finding the underrated and cultural opportunities of a destination. When traveling, she likes to focus on small businesses and embracing locals’ perspective.  Besides a new love of freelance writing, she enjoys volunteering, foodie adventures, outdoor activities, and trip planning for others. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter. LaToya is a member of the International Travel Writers & Photographers Alliance (ITWPA).


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