We weren’t planning on lunch out but saw this run down shack and thought it might be worth a try. The food is delicious and the patio seating on the bayou was very pleasant. Stuart was our server and he was very attentive- our drinks...More
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This place is the real deal! It’s on a waterway plied by Louisiana style fishing boats, and the ambience is truly bayou. I had the shrimp etoufee with a side of fried ocra, and both were wonderful. There are interesting local craft beers available at...More
The gumbo was very good. We had a large group and we're disappointed they got rid of the large table in the middle room where you could all be seated together. The bread pudding never disappoints, save room if you haven't tried it.
Picked up my son at the airport, and both of us were craving Cajun. Nearly everyone in St. Pete was advertising Po'Boys like that was the only thing Cajun. The place looks like a Louisiana back-country fishing shack. It's right against the Bayou, and it...More
We were out on a bike ride and rode past this place because it is set back from the road and then opted to go back. Great decision! Quaint and casual place on the water, with friendly staff and good food.
Our family was looking for a good place for a small group for dinner. After trying 4 or 5 places on the beach with noisy atmosphere and long waits, we decided to go inland a bit and found Cajun Cafe on the Bayou. It was...More
I had the chicken livers and corn bread appetizers. The chicken livers were over cooked. $9.00 for a piece of cornbread is out ragous. The waiter suggested a fresh batch of chicken livers, but he stated that he could not guarantee that they would any...More