When you think of Cajun cuisine, often what comes to mind are nearly burnt or “blackened” dishes with enough fiery-hot spicing to set your mouth aflame. However, authentic Cajun food is not always these things.
“There are really very few blackened Cajun dishes,” says Ragin Cajun founder Stephen Domingue. Stephen says that most blackened dishes are Creole, not Cajun. However, The Ragin’ Cajun offers customers delicious versions of both kinds of dishes.
While Cajun cuisine is heavily seasoned, it’s generally not hot to the taste. Still, many people do like to spice up their favorite Cajun dishes, and you’re one of them, the Ragin Cajun supplies you with plenty of Louisiana hot sauces at your table to satisfy your cravings.
If you’ve never tried Cajun food, you’re not alone. The fact is, there just aren’t many restaurants outside of the Louisiana area that serve authentic Cajun cuisine. But as Americans have begun to move beyond the “Big Three” ethnic cuisines (Italian, Mexican, Cantonese-Chinese), more people are eager to “get to know” the delicious food that originated in the rich culinary culture of Southern Louisiana. Pictured here are just a few of the many fantastic dishes awaiting you at the Ragin Cajun Café.
“A taste of the bayou country!”