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Though there are any number of restaurants in this area, many are chains or more ordinary fare. This place has a very distinct Cajun and Creole menu, where everyone can find something of interest, from jambalaya, etouffee, and gumbos. There are specials, such as pork...More
As a native of the Gulf Coast and having just visited New Orleans, I had high hopes but was ultimately disappointed. Bases for gumbo, etouffe, and jambalaya were OK. However, simply adding a couple of small previously frozen shrimp on top of the base gumbo...More
This place cranks out some great food. I'll get to the Cajun food shortly, but first we'll discuss an off the menu item. Baby Kay's serves (usually Friday & Saturday) an awesome pork chop. This chop is almost two inches thick. I was told they...More
Baby Kay has excellent cajun food. I ordered the daily special (fish) and it was excellent. My family and I enjoyed it so much, we went back a week later with some friends. Once again I tried the daily special (pork chops) and I was...More
This restaurant has around the for quite a few years, I can remember my first visit about 25 years ago when they were located in Scottsdale. Absolutely the best chicken and sausage gumbo anywhere. beware it is on the spicy side. If you don't like...More
The food is amazing! The owners and all the employees are wonderful and make you feel like family each time you go in. Enjoy hearing Jack play guitar and sing on Tuesdays and Dino on Wed - Sat. Excellent quality food. You will not be...More