Have you ever gone to a restaurant and just observed the other diners, and maybe you couldn’t help but ease drop on their conversations? Restaurants are more than a place to eat; they are where relationships, friendships, joys, sorrows, are built, ended, shared, and nourishment for the body and soul is given and received.
If you think about the restaurants in your life, you most likely have a favorite one for romance, or a business lunch, or to gather with friends for a good time. Add Cajun King to your list of new favorites. It is not a fancy place but boy is it fun; especially if you are of the baby- boomer age group.
Once you enter through the doors of Cajun King you recognize something familiar. The oldies of the 60s and 70s are playing loud and proud. You can’t help but smile or tap a foot, and if you wanted to stand up and do a little dance, it would be okay at the Cajun King. The staff is all smiling and having fun themselves. You will be called honey.
The ambiance is similar to a quaint little diner in New Orleans. The salad is fresh.
The gumbo is authentic. The fried catfish, frog legs, and chicken are high in calories, but even higher in enjoyment. Do you have a yearning for red beans & rice, collard greens, and candied yams? All of these comfort foods are plentiful on the buffet line.
The beignets will have you licking your fingers, and the bread pudding is to die for. At the Cajun King, the staff will make sure you put plenty of the caramelized sauce on your pudding. They want you to smack your lips and come back for more.
The Cajun King is located at 5816 NW 63rd at MacArthur in OKC. They are open seven days a week and have a special Sunday Brunch. For more information, call 405-603-3714.
Go to the Cajun King this week; feed your tummy and your soul.