Not being able to find any southern food or Cajun food in Omaha is what makes Mouth of the South so special. They have managed to combine the comfort of southern food with the kick of Cajun cuisine. In this blog, we’ll go over some of the mouth-watering dishes that make up some customer favorites.
Customer-Favorite Specials At Mouth of the South
A classic Louisiana dish served with a Southern twist. Etouffee is the holy trinity of onion, celery, and green pepper made in a roux to thicken it up. Traditionally served over rice, at Mouth of the South, it is served over grits to balance out the flavor profiles for a whole new experience.
Our award-winning bread pudding is a melt-in-your-mouth, soul-comforting dish that contains minimal ingredients. Nothing will warm your heart and soul as much as this dish. It's voted #1 in Omaha and for good reason.
Homemade Andouille sausage that the chefs grind down, case by hand, and smoke in-house is part of what makes this recipe so delectably delicious. The general manager grew up in New Orleans so he's familiar with how jambalaya should be, and with this dish, you get authentic New Orleans-style jambalaya.
Crawfish is significant in Cajun lore. It's not just a local delicacy, it's a dedicated food group among residents, and many mark crawfish season on their calendars. These delicious little crustaceans can be prepared in a variety of ways, including etouffee, a salivating-inducing stew with gouda cheese grits. Mouth of the South marries southern comfort foods and cajun perfectly.