The Cajun Kings

The King's Wings

Buttermilk Frog LegRecommended by the staff, this dish is similar to ‘The King’s Wings,’ but much juicier!

Fried CalamariFavourite starter.

The crab and lobster were the main reason we went to The Cajun Kings for, and they did not disappoint.

King's Mix Dungeness CrabAll seafood came piping hot in big plastic bags.

King's Mix Dungeness CrabThere were no forks, no knives, no spoons, and not even plates. Just a lined table top (which makes your plate), a wooden board and hammer, and a bib for everyone.. You know it’s gonna be a rowdy grubby affair ;)

Garlic Butter Boston Maine Lobster

Garlic Butter Boston Maine LobsterOur first Boston lobster! (Look how messy the table had became already.)

Breakfast of ChampionsInteresting ice-cream cookie.

Although the prices there aren’t exactly cheap – $80 for one crab (which has more meat) and $70 for one lobster, it was worth every cent. I’ve never eaten seafood in such fashion (‘cos I’m usually very conscious about getting both hands dirty) but I’d say I really enjoyed it wholeheartedly. This is THE place to eat your heart out!

The Cajun Kings

Food9.5
Ambience8.5
Value8.5
Service6.5
8.3Overall Score

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