Cajun cuisine's distinct spices stem from its attitude-laden ingredients, such as brazen pork cheek, incredulous crawfish, and sassy-fras. Give your taste buds some lip with today's Groupon: for $69, you get a three-course exotic chef’s table dinner and wine for two at Cajun Country Kitchen in North Charleston (a $150 value).
The three-course exotic chef’s table menu at Cajun Country Kitchen lands diners a full spread of the café's inventive international fare and scrumptious meats. Rotating menus might kick off with kangaroo one-bite muffaletta sliders, which feature tender kangaroo meat enfolded in a warm bun and drizzled with goat cheese and olive salad, and proceed to the second course’s Tibetan yak-noodle soup, a combination of yak carpaccio, basil, and unending chatter. Diners can choose between exotic entrees such as grilled llama sirloin slathered in queso fresco, or African antelope with raisins and coconut rice. Fragrant wine is paired with each dish to compliment the cuisine’s spice and stroke the stemware’s ego.
After the meal, diners can bask in the café's Big Easy–inspired décor, which includes colorful Mardi Gras masks, paintings of jazz musicians, and a massive cornbread sculpture of Harry Connick Jr.
1382 B Remount Rd.
North Charleston, South Carolina 29406