Cajun food is now served at 1931 Nicollet Ave.
Prices are chalked up each day and vary with the market. Customers have a choice of seafood (including shrimp, mussels and king crab), choice of flavor (garlic butter, Louisiana Cajun, lemon pepper or a mix of the three), a choice of heat level (with four levels of spice) and choice of sides (corn, potato or sausage). The menu also features fried fish, po’ boy sandwiches and extras like chicken gumbo.
“Even though we just opened, we have repeat customers already,” said Manager Cara Chang.
Chang said owner Sam Chen previously operated an Asian bistro in Ohio, and he wanted to introduce Cajun flavors to the North.
The menu is available for dine-in or takeout, and delivery service is coming soon. The restaurant also serves beer and wine.