Arrived for lunch, restaurant pretty busy. Seated quickly and our drink orders taken. Service was friendly and order taken immediately. I had blackened salmon with collard greens on the side. Husband had fried oysters. Food was tasty, well presented. Oysters were delicately fried and not greasy. Portions were ample. What we found lacking was the spiciness that we have become accustomed to with Cajun food. While there were plenty of hot sauces at the table, the food just did not come up to expectation for Cajun, but for this area, might be about as good as it gets.
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