They said it couldn't be done. Well, we did it. It's just the beginning of December and we have Live Louisiana Crawfish once again! While everyone around town is serving frozen crawfish, we somehow magically are able to get fresh shipments of live crawfish! Seriously, no joke. This was extremely hard for us to obtain and we do it all for you! Come on by as soon as you can and take advantage of our fresh stocked, live crawfish. If you have to wait till the weekend, then so be it. But we can't guarantee that we'll still have them.
If you're in the mood for crab legs, you should most definitely get our Crab Bucket Deal. It comes with a pound of King Crab Legs, a pound of Snow Crab Legs, and a pound of your favorite seafood: crawfish, shrimp, clams, or mussels. We usually like to get a pound of shrimp with ours. And being a combo, of course we also throw in some potatoes and sausages. Throw it in some fire sauce and you'll be in business. We're open from 3pm till 10pm on the weekdays, noon till 10pm on the weekends.
Do you feel like having oysters all weekend? We do! We have such a large shipment of oysters recently, we dare you to try to eat our whole inventory. We currently have 4 varieties in stock: Kumamoto, Kumiai, Bald Point, and Fanny Bay. Each one is available in half dozen orders though if you know what you like, we recommend you get an entire dozen. You can always opt for the sampler which gives you a few of each and you can also get Oyster Shooters. Yes, they are the best aphrodisiacs around town.
Yes, we have Crawfish Fried Rice. No, you don't have to peel the crawfish that's in the fried rice. We actually cook shelled crawfish tails in our fried rice along with an assortment of veggies and sausage. Definitely hits the spot, especially if you're looking for something a little bit more filling. Our Crawfish Fried Rice is definitely a fusion of Asian and Cajun, otherwise known as Cajun Asian style. This is also a nice dish to have for those who don't want to get their hands dirty with one of our seafood combos and it's most definitely a great dish for kids.