Crawfish rolls, sticky toffee pudding: Pop-up sandwich shop inside Montrose restaurant features gourmet offerings

Louie's will open as a take-out lunch concept inside Canadian restaurant Riel (Courtesy of Ryan Lachaine/Riel/Louie's)

HOUSTON – Houston chef Ryan LaChaine has opened a pop-up shop called Louie’s inside popular Riel Restaurant in Montrose, Eater Houston reported.

The new take-out lunch concept inside the popular Canadian restaurant features classic sandwiches, sliders, salads, sides and dessert, according to Riel’s Facebook page.

Foodies can enjoy a chicken Caprese sandwich, crawfish Rolls, and Canadian favorite poutine. Desserts include sticky toffee pudding and the Nanaimo Bar, made with chocolate, coconut custard and almond.

The restaurant made its debut last Thursday, and will take to-go and delivery orders between noon and 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

To order and to see their menu, click here.

Introducing LOUIE’S, our new takeout lunch concept featuring sandwiches, sliders, salads, sides and dessert. Swipe ⬅️...

Posted by Riel Restaurant on Thursday, August 13, 2020

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