Like waking a hibernating bear, waking a dormant stomach causes violent growls that can only be silenced by bowls of gumbo and 20 minutes of gentle patting. Ward off vicious appetites with today’s Groupon to Andria’s Cajun Cuisine in Plano. Choose between the following options:
- For $19, you get a Cajun dinner for two (up to a $37.97 value) that includes:
- One boudin balls appetizer (a $5.99 value)
- Two Cajun specialties, pastas, or low-carb meals (up to a $15.99 value each)<p>
- For $15, you get a Cajun lunch for two (up to a $31.88 value) that includes:
- Two small bowls of gumbo or soup (up to a $5.99 value each)
- Two po boys (up to a $9.95 value each)
Chefs at Andria’s Cajun Cuisine pepper their menu with authentic Cajun cuisine, dishing up gumbos and rice dishes alongside seafood and pasta. Guests can impress dining partners or circus ringmasters as they juggle boudin balls, carefully sculpted spheres of traditional Cajun sausage. Grilled salmon eschews carbohydrates for a daily rotating green vegetable, and the shrimp pasta’s eponymous crustacean sifts through layers of noodles in search of accompanying crab cakes. Culinary crewmembers harness classic southern recipes to prepare Cajun specialties, including red beans and rice, which tickle flavorful secrets out of adjacent sausage slices. Today’s second option quashes parched appetites with liquid sustenance such as ya ca mein soup swirled with noodles and beef. Grilled ham, hot sausage, and oysters imbue po boys with fillings more tasteful than a jelly donut stuffed with diamonds.
Andria's Cajun Cuisine
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.
910 Parker Rd.
Plano, Texas 75075