From Our Editors
Though Cajun food is well known for its spicy bite, the dishes at Crawfish King don’t always stick to that formula. Instead, chefs toss fresh crab, crayfish, shrimp, and prawns in one of four ascending levels of spicy seasonings chosen by the customer. That way, chefs help accommodate patrons who enjoy a mild zing as well as those who prefer food so spicy it comes with a single-portion fire extinguisher. Chefs then fill orders of boiled seafood by the pound, fill po’ boy sandwiches, or create platter meals served with sides of Cajun fries. Crawfish King also offers fresh gumbo, jambalaya, a bevy of fried sides, Southern-style desserts, and cold brews to go with meals as clients watch games on the restaurant’s TVs.