Found this restaurant near our hotel and tried it with low expectations. Don't judge a restaurant by its name we were soon to discover!
The menu was very broad and deep with tempting selections covering many Cajun classics that are strangely absent from a good number of menus devoted to the cuisine.
We started with my wife's favorite, fried green tomatoes. Five large slices, battered and fried perfectly were served and determined very worthy. I tried a sampler plate of red beans and rice, jambalaya and corn maque choux accompanied by some decent toasted bread. All were very good and flavorful, especially the jambalaya and RBR. I was very happy to say the least.
My wife ordered a rich and well seasoned shrimp pasta dish that another couple had ordered and tipped us off about. It was great!
Finally ended with an order of some very good bread pudding.
There were so many dishes that were done so well that Crazy Cajun earned a full five stars (Why is it that it seems as though the best Cajun fare is found anywhere but New Orleans?). Don't let the name and strip center location give you pause. Aieee, it's good!
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