Hang Ten Boiler for Hawaiian-Cajun in Alameda - who's tried it?
- hhc Jul 20, 2013 12:27 AM
I just found out about Hang Ten Boiler for Hawaiian-Cajun food in Alameda. It's been open for 7yrs & I just found out, aiya! Have any hounds been yet?
Inside Scoop has some nice pics of some of the food:
Kalua pig w/ macaronia salad
Hang Ten shrimp boil
Fried oysters w/ Cajun fries
Hang Ten Boiler
2306A Encinal Ave, Alameda
between Park & Oak St
not sure where you got the 7 yrs. timeline. it's actually been open for 4 months.
tried the dave's catfish (9.99)
-light breading with salt & pepper, nom nom, no fishy taste
-5 generous pieces given
-lots of near great spicy fries a good value
-made almost perfect, meat not dry not too thin
it's in same block where Cafe Q and sidestreet pho is .
Had a fun dinner there last night. Got the Dungeness crab (hang ten - mild), shrimp (hang ten-mild, hang ten - medium) and the clams (garlic butter-mild), along with fries, corn, broccoli and garlic noodles. Lots of food for five adults and two kids. The sauces have a lot of garlic and fat, but in a good way. I liked the crab, but it seems a bit of a waste of crab to douse it so much sauce. The big head-on shrimp made more sense. Medium spicy was a nice level; would like to try the spicy sometime. No crawfish last night. Garlic noodles were pretty sweet for my taste, but okay. Cajun fries were tasty.