About this Business
- Cajun, Creole, Seafood
The Shrimp fried rice was drowned in soy Sauce and the Hot wings were too hot!!!!!!!!
we had the shrimp. They were very big and tasty.
The food is good, love the garlic butter flavor they have. I have recommended several people to the the place and they too loved it.
If you are a huge fan of seasong salt then you will love this place! Fries, fried shrimp, & gumbo had piles of it on top. Shrimp was so salty I couldn't eat it. Shrimp were so small. More like popcorn shrimp. My son loved his burger. The burger had pulled BBQ pork and fried onion strings. Looked delicious. Funny to think the best thing to order at a seafood joint would be the burger. Also waiter not friendly.
Good food, nice atmosphere. They have a lot of screen tvs to watch sport events.
Food was over cook and noticeable burnt and they still served it to us.
There menu is not the same as online. They had run out of a lot of food (crab legs, etoufee and marked through on the menu what they didnt have). There was hair in the boiled shrimp. Absolutely the worst restaurant. We didnt even finish our lunch.
Food was a fried mess. We ordered a sampler platter with several different items. You couldn't tell one food item from the other. Everything was over fried and over seasoned with seasoning salt. Hello high cholesterol!
Was disappointed to see that the regular menu was different from the online. The draw for me was a particular sauce flavor for the crawfish and was informed that it was not even available. Service could have been better. food took too long.
The waiter tried really hard to serve our large group, but I think it was too much for him. The food wasn't very flavorful and the hamburgers were burnt. We definitely will not be coming back.
From Our Editors
The chefs at Yahu Cajun know how to cook authentic, Louisiana-style crawfish. In fact, they're so confident in their abilities that they happily hand out free samples to any curious diner who pops his or her head into the restaurant, drawn in by the smell of garlic butter and boiled seafood. Once hooked, diners can customize pounds of their own seafood.
The process is easy: first select a flavor—such as original cajun—then pick a heat level, from mild to extremely spicy. Be careful, however. The restaurant gives no refunds if customers find the heat to be too much or the crawfish to be too juicy for this world. Chefs also use this preparation for snow crab and shrimp, so groups can order a few things to share. Other Cajun stars of the menu include seafood gumbo, alligator bites, and entrees such as crawfish ettoufee. And Yahu Cajun's chefs frequently try out new recipes, such as coconut spice crawfish.