About this business

  • Cuisine
    Cajun, Creole

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Roderic J.
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Report | a year ago
The restaurant was out of a lot of items, the waitress had a long list of items that they were out of.
Francene S.
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Report | a year ago
Nice for a no frills lunch or dinner. Bread pudding is the best!
gayle s.
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Report | a year ago
Staff was fast and courteous
Winifred H.
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Report | a year ago
Although reviews on Yelp were not good, we had a great experience. Waitress was very attentive. She explained we would have to wait for one of the dishes, and all the food was well worth the wait. Muffeleta, red beans and rice, salad and soup, all better than our other favorite Cajun cafe...
jim w.
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Report | a year ago
We will definitely revisit
Judy S.
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Report | a year ago
Very nice meal. I had a little trouble finding the restaurant, but it was a very nice meal.
Christina J.
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Report | a year ago
Yummm!
curtis i.
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Report | a year ago
Just go for ur self and try it u won't be sorry
Breion P.
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Report | a year ago
The service is a little slow, but I did realize that the cook was also our waiter initially. The staff was very nice and tried to get our food to us as soon as they could, though. I would recommend making sure that they keep their condiments on the tables fully stocked. Other than that, my 1st visit was awesome:)
Cherie J.
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Report | a year ago
Great food...seafood plater is extremely tasty and the bread pudding reminded me on Naw'lins.
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From Our Editors

Andria's Cajun Cuisine assembles recipes plucked from the table of restaurant owner Precious Wyatt's childhood. Wyatt grew up in New Orleans and after relocating to Plano, she found herself longing for the distinct flavors of the Crescent City. To reclaim the dishes of her youth, she enlisted the skills of Nappy Modjulua, who received intense culinary training in West Germany and later honed her abilities as an executive sous-chef in Louisiana. The executive chef's worldly background in Italian, French, and African cooking styles enlivens the menu of Cajun specialties, which includes classics such as blackened fish, crayfish étouffée, and crab-stuffed eggplant along with desserts capable of convincing any child to eat all of his math homework.

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