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“Good Cajun in Round Rock”

Louisiana Longhorn Cafe
Ranked #8 of 386 Restaurants in Round Rock
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $1 - $20
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Good for: Bar scene
Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed July 10, 2012

Nice atmosphere and good Cajun food bstreet parking only can be a problem.

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Thank Jackson66_12
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Reviewed July 3, 2012 via mobile

They offer a great selection of a variety of entrees and appetizers. The food is very good. It gets crowded and the place is kind of small so it's also quite loud.

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Reviewed June 27, 2012

Crawfish bisque is amazing - everything else pales in comparison.
I could live on a bread basket and the bisque...

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Thank RetiredRoadies
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Reviewed May 28, 2012

My family have been visiting the Longhorn for almost two years now. We find the staff friendly and the place is comfortable. You get plenty to eat with your order and often have to take some with you. If you're fortunate enough to have room for dessert, the pies are excellent, especially the key lime! Some of our favorite dishes are the beef tips, Creole chicken and chicken and sausage jambalaya. The sides are flavorful too, even the okra - which is not one of my favorite foods - is great here. If you want some tasty appetizers try the gator bites (fried pickles and jalapenos) or fried mushrooms. The Longhorn has a small bar and offers the ever popular hurricane, a Midori margarita and other specialty drinks. They are also wonderful with kids and have a nice little menu, with coloring page to keep them entertained. I will admit that we tend to visit earlier in the day, for a lunch or early dinner. It can get very crowded around dinnertime, especially during the end of the week and weekend.

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Reviewed May 15, 2012

I just spent 20.00 on lunch and the meal was less then good. I ordered the crawfish combo The rue was so think a pastie (like eating oatmeal), and had no flavor ( which you expect with Cajan food). The butter beans was like eating flour and water. Coleslaw seriously; how can you mess that up. Again nothing had flavor. Completely disappointed - not Cajan cuisine in my book. Add some spice people...... When I called to place the order the guy acted like I was bothering him.

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4  Thank Patricia B
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