After a 2-year closure due to COVID-19, Couvant reopened their doors for business with a new Executive Chef, but the same gorgeous atmosphere that locals loved. Leading the charge is New Orleans native and Executive Chef Ryan Pearson.
The French-inspired Brasserie features fare inspired by New Orleans’ French roots with a twist, a la Chef Pearson. After working abroad in Paris and New York, Chef Ryan Pearson returned to the New Orleans culinary scene. In France, Pearson was a Chef Consultant helping open the first high-end New Orleans Brasserie in Paris. He curated dynamic dishes inspired by New Orleans, but with original French products and ingredients.
Couvant is now open Wednesday – Sunday with varying hours. Check their Facebook for most up-to-date hours as they are subject to change from the below.
Wednesday: 7am – 11am
Thursday: 7am – 11am
Friday: 7am – 11am, 5pm – 10pm
Saturday: 7am – 11am, 5pm – 10pm
Sunday: 7am – 11am
Enjoy delectable snacks in Couvant’s spacious courtyard tucked away in the back of the restaurant – perfect for New Orleans date nights and larger celebratory dinners.
For dinner, the Poached Royal Red Shrimp with French cocktail sauce spiced with brandy is a treat, though you can’t go wrong with other French-inspired dishes. Other highlights include Brioche Crusted Veal with milk-fed veal in a crisp brioche crust, crushed potatoes, king trumpet mushrooms, and sauce diable; Ponchatoula strawberry & Baby Beet Salad with Creole cream cheese; Crawfish Gnocchi with Louisiana crawfish & potato gnocchi, and other delicious dishes. View Couvant’s full Dinner menu here.
Couvant is currently looking to expand their team with a $250 sign on bonus. Apply to work at Couvant here.
All images via Couvant.