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For centuries, New Orleans has been a melting pot of cuisines, a place where dishes come to rub up against other cultures and become more delicious in the process. The changing demographics of the city since Hurricane Katrina have only accelerated this process. There's more variety out there than ever before, from white-tablecloth standouts to corner po-boy shops.

Gambit's Winter 2012 restaurant guide breaks them down by cuisine and offers a taste of each eatery's best dishes.

Bon appetit.


African
American
Bar & Grill
Barbecue
Brewpub
Burgers
Cafe
Cajun
Caribbean/Cuban
Chinese
Coffee & Dessert
Contemporary
Creole
Deli
Diner
Fondue
French
German
Gourmet to Go
Greek
Indian/Pakistani
Italian
Japanese/Sushi
Korean
Latin American
Louisiana Contemporary
Mediterranean/Middle Eastern
Mexican/Southwestern
Music and Food
Neighborhood
Pan-Asian
Pizza
Sandwiches and Po-boys
Seafood
Soul Food
Steakhouse
Tapas/Spanish
Thai
Vietnamese

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