Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for $40 worth of Cajun cuisine and drinks
- $39 for $80 worth of Cajun cuisine and drinks
Meals begin with starters such as battered onion rings crowned with crab and melted pepper jack ($6.75), or seafood gumbo stocked with crawfish, crab, shrimp, and whitefish ($4.50–$5.75). Signature dishes include seafood platters piled with blackened catfish, garlic shrimp, crawfish, gumbo, fried clam strips, hush puppies, slaw, and frizzled onions ($21.95), and tenderloin tips sautéed in an herbed sauce and served with dry toast points ($8.95). A range of salads, pastas, burgers, and sandwiches are also available.
Prudhomme’s Lost Cajun Kitchen
Although Prudhomme’s Lost Cajun Kitchen occupies a nearly 200-year-old brick hotel and former speakeasy replete with underground tunnels and a reputation for hauntings, the restaurant nevertheless exudes a warm, lively vibe. For 24 years, aromas of fried shrimp and blackened catfish have drifted through the dining room, whose dark wood walls display a jumble of American antiques and artifacts as owners David and Sharon Prudhomme rove around greeting guests.
What some people are buzzing about:
“THE OWNERS ARE ALWAYS SO ACCOMMODATING AND WILL SPEAK TO YOU AT GREAT LENGTH AND GAVE MY MOM WHO HAD JUST FINISHED CHEMO A TASTE OF THE CHILI BEFORE SHE ORDERED IT SO...”
“THE OWNERS ARE ALWAYS SO ACCOMMODATING AND WILL SPEAK TO YOU AT GREAT LENGTH AND GAVE MY MOM WHO HAD JUST FINISHED CHEMO A TASTE OF THE CHILI BEFORE SHE ORDERED IT SO SHE KNEW IT WOULDN'T BE TOO HOT!!!”
“THANK YOU! We went for a business celebration, wanted some good Columbia landmark. :-) Appreciate the friendly atmosphere and wonderful food.”
“Great food, great service, great time.”