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Cajun Cafe

andy huse Feb 17, 2003 04:23 PM

Approriately on a bayou in Pinellas Park, Cajun Cafe has always delivered for my friends and I. I was reminded of this fact when a large group of us went there on a recent saturday night.

The crawfish cornbread is a luxurious delight, moist and savory. On this occassion, however, both orders arrived lukewarm in places, like it should have stayed in the mic (or oven) longer. The gator bites were good, too, with a great tomato-based dipping sauce.

My smoked pork roast was great, with a heavy smoke flavor and stuffed with andouille sausage. My companions had crawfish boudin (very fishy), BBQ shrimp (ahh-- yummy), shrimp etoufee (mild and comforting) and some sort of gator chunks in sauce (nice). Service was better than ever-- it usually was pretty lousy but the food made it worth it. Bottled Blackened Voodoo took me back to Mardi Gras.....

  1. Mild Bill Oct 9, 2008 07:58 PM


    Business Hours:

    Wednesday – Thursday 11:30-9pm

    Friday & Saturday 11:30-10pm

    Sunday 11:30-9pm

    Closed Monday & Tuesday

    Please note that our kitchen shuts 30 minutes prior to closing.

    1 Reply
    1. re: Mild Bill
      andy huse Oct 10, 2008 08:02 AM

      I can't believe I haven't been back since I started thios thread. I've gotta go back for a fix.

    2. dmfnole Oct 21, 2007 07:32 AM

      I love their crawfish PoBoy's! Thanks Andy for letting others know about their good food and good beer... Laissez les bons temps rouler

      1. Chez Funk Oct 20, 2007 08:06 PM

        A bunch of us Chez Funk alumni met there a couple of weeks ago. They were 11 for 12, with just one person complaining of too much heat. The cornbread is still the greatest, and our service was good. If you're a beer lover, you may never want to leave. I think they have 70 or so choices. There is something in the breading that turns on the heat just right. I had the oyster dinner, and got plenty of them. Not bad at all.

        1. r
          Rick E. Feb 21, 2003 11:02 AM

          I agree, and have to add that the oyster 'Po Boy and Bread Pudding are might tasty, too!

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