Food and staff were great. Will definitely go back there again. Would recommend this restaurant who is in the area.
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We stopped here on a drive between Houston and New Orleans. It was delicious! We had the crawfish platter (split between two adults). There was enough food for both of us and every item was amazing. I am still thinking about the Crawfish Pie -...More
Traveling between North Carolina and Texas with a special dog limits dining. Trying to avoid fastfood, we stumbled upon the Billboard for Cajun Tales and decided to try a take-out order of catfish. Everyone was pleasant and accommodating to assist the hungry travelers. Served hot...More
Excellent staff, fabulous for our 1st true Cajun experience. Bit dated but you can always tell a restaurants true nature by the cleanliness of their bathrooms, and Cajun Tales was immaculate. We loved everything about the food. Well worth it!
Quick buffet but I think we had a whole section missing from the buffet. Upset for the pricey $24/person cost. Staff was great.
On the road to Florida, my family wanted to rest and stop off for an authentic Louisiana meal. We saw the signs and agreed it sounded like just the treat we looking for. When we stepped into the establishment it was something out of a...More
We were on our way to Texas, and stopped in Welsh Louisiana to eat. This has yet been the best gumbo and crawl fish pie I have ever eaten. I also got sweet potato fries, they were so darn good... Great food, grest place, it...More
On our way back home and found this place for breakfast. Right off of I 10 and the best and freshest breakfast. Try the homes fries with cheese onions and peppers, best homemade biscuit. If you are in area definately give them a try
I have eaten many times here the food is not bad, the building needs a makeover, the breakfast is what I like the most, big and fluffy pancakes.