Cajun food with Thai and Laotian flavors, such as lao sausages atop sticky rice and boudin spring rolls
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Bayou Twist’s chefs celebrate the spicy melody of Cajun food while remixing it a dash, like culinary DJs, by integrating it with Laotian cuisine. Several of their dishes are firmly planted in Cajun tradition, such as shrimp boils and baskets of fried catfish, while others, such as larb beef, use fish sauce, lime juice, and fresh herbs to evoke traditions born halfway around the world in Laos. In plates of barbecue shrimp, homemade lao sausages over sticky rice, and in the sauce that covers crawfish tacos, the two cuisines meld harmoniously, unlike peanut butter and a carburetor.