Satsuma Cafe opened its doors in 2009 with hopes of providing freshly made juices, breakfast and lunch using quality, local and organic ingredients. Owners Peter and Cassi Dymond were committed to bringing healthier food to the community by creating almost everything in the kitchen from scratch. Satsuma Cafe continues to strive to be mindful of where the food that we serve is grown, produced and handled.
We believe that our customers should not have to guess whether or not there is high-fructose corn syrup, preservatives or additives in the food we serve as we are committed to our menu not only being simple and fresh, but also unaltered. Ultimately, it is our philosophy to make great food with fresh ingredients in a community-based environment.
“this laid-back art-filled restaurant and cafe has carved out a home for those looking for fresh-pressed juices and leafy greens.”
“the decor is totally
New Orleans, and the vibe is about is local as you can get.”
“… all revved up by vividly fresh, locally grown produce.”
“At Satsuma Cafe, the seasonal goods always seem ready for their close-ups.”
Satsuma Café has also been recognized by several other notable publications including GQ Magazine, New York Times, Bon Apetit Magazine, New York Magazine, Washington Post, and Eater New Orleans.