Louisiana’s Cajun and Creole cuisine has quite the reputation. It is, some have said, America’s only original cuisine. And while its roots, it’s culinary DNA, lay elsewhere (France, Africa and the Caribbean), it is, genuinely, different than those styles. It is, however, not well represented in San Diego and what we do have is not the cuisine’s most haute expression, but the sort of everyday manifestation that leads folks to believe it’s hard to get a bad meal in New Orleans. Bud and Rob’s New Orleans Bistro (815 F St.) in the East Village is a case in point.