Saturday, January 5, 2008

Cajun Seafood Corner and The Street

The Thursday after Christmas we met up w/ a bunch of friends for dinner at the Cajun Seafood Corner. This was the first time there for all of all us. It's quite an interesting place. As the name implies, the restaurant specializes in Cajun food (jambalaya, crawfish, etc.), but also offers a full Vietnamese menu (as the owners are Vietnamese). We had a few things from both menus.

Here's what I can remember eating:
  • Fried prawns (Vietnamese style)
  • Snails in coconut broth (Vietnamese)
  • Shaken Beef (Vietnamese)
  • Fried rice
  • Fish (catfish) and chips
  • Catfish po'boy
  • Chicken wings
  • Boiled shrimp
  • Jambalaya
I was pleasantly surprised. Everything was very good. My favorite was the fried prawns. Sorry - no pictures of the food.

After dinner, a few of us went to The Street (which is just up the street from Cajun Seafood Corner) for boba drinks. I had a red bean smoothie and Patty had a green milk tea w/ boba. Both drinks were quite good.

Too bad we live on the opposite side of town from these places...

Places mentioned:
Cajun Seafood Corner
2051 S. Dobson Rd. Suite #18
Mesa, AZ 85202
(SE corner of Dobson/Baseline)

The Street
1116 S. Dobson Rd.
Mesa, AZ 85249
NW corner of Dobson/Southern)

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