We moved to Texas, from south Louisiana, about 8 years ago.  Other than family, there’s one thing I miss, and that’s the availability of fried seafood.  True cajun food is hard to find in north Texas… or so I thought.  I was recently introduced to Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe and my world changed for the better!   

When we first walked into Razzoo’s in Fort Worth, I took note of the welcoming and fun atmosphere.  The waitress was friendly, and the alligator, crawfish and crab displays let me know I was in the right place!


When the waitress presented the menu, it took a moment for me to grasp.  THIS was the food I had been waiting for, yet I had no idea what I wanted to try first!   

“Authentic Cajun food, made from scratch daily.”


We started with the Boudin Balls, which were 6 fried balls of pure perfection.  If you like boudin, you have to try this appetizer!  (I could have eaten this as a meal, but you know I wanted more!)


And more is what I got!  This is the Seafood Combo Platter, which consists of fried shrimp, catfish, crawfish tails, corn on the cob, french fries and 3 dipping sauces!  The portions were huge, and I probably should have shared this with my son.  Instead, I brought home the leftovers for lunch, so I could eat more the next day.  I would love to try something different on my next visit, but I already know this is what I would order!


We also tried the Cajun Combo Skillet.  Imagine grilled andouille sausage, shrimp creole, crawfish etouffee AND red beans & rice… all in one entree!  DELISH.  My son gave me a bite, but I was so stuffed from the entree I had ordered that he was forced to eat every bite of this himself! ::teenagers::  I did try the etoufee, and it was just like my mom cooks back home.  Eating at Razzoo’s kind of made me homesick!

… a homesick that I forgot about once we were offered dessert!  Y’all.  Have you ever had a bread pudding made from french bread?  How about a bread pudding made with peaches, pecans, french bread and an amazing rum sauce?


This was like Louisiana on a plate.  I know why it’s a top seller, just as the Zydeco Dancer is!

(Cheesecake, strawberries and a pecan graham cracker crust.  Need I say more?)


Though we didn’t order drinks from the bar, Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe offers a great selection, with a variety of specialty drinks.  I’d love to try each of these, but will probably save that for a fun date night or Mom’s Night Out!  


Happy hour is from 5-7 PM, Monday through Friday.

Fat Tuesday Specials at Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe

This will be the place to be on Fat Tuesday!  With 18 locations in Texas, there’s a Razzoo’s near you!  Click here to see a list of locations, hours, specials and events.  You can also visit Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe on facebook and twitter.

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