Boutin’s Restaurant has asked a federal bankruptcy court for protection from its creditors while the Bluebonnet Boulevard eatery reorganizes its business.

Boutin Restaurant LLC filed the Chapter 11 reorganization request on Wednesday, according to federal bankruptcy records. The Cajun restaurant reported liabilities between $500,001 to $1 million and assets between $100,001 to $500,000.

The company’s largest unsecured creditors include Farmers Bank & Trust of Breaux Bridge, $125,000; American Express, $75,000; the Louisiana Department of Revenue, $38,271; and Parish and City Treasurer, $34,622.