The standard order is: seafood (crawfish, of course, or Dungeness crab or head-on shrimp, all very fresh) in a spicy boil with corn on the cob. The crawfish in particular are extra large and extra tasty. Unfortunately, the Cajun spices seem to be mostly garlic, even the “spicy” orders. And while oysters are good, MeowMixx’s group got a bunch of dud clams. Oysters are $13/dozen; clams $9/dozen; crawfish $7/pound; Dungeness crab $11/pound. Four people can eat well for $100.
Cajun Corner makes it nice and spicy, but their crawfish isn’t always the freshest.
Boiling Crab is usually a good spot, but their crawfish have been on the small side lately. Now that they’re about to be in season again that will hopefully change, says “Hershey Bomar”.
The Squeeze story also mentioned Cafe Artist and Artist Restaurant as having spicy seafood boils.
Rockin’ Crawfish [Little Saigon]
9211 Bolsa Ave. Suite 120, Westminster
Cajun Corner [Little Saigon]
15430 Brookhurst St., Westminster
Cafe Artist [Little Saigon]
14281 Brookhurst St., Suite A, Garden Grove
Artist Seafood [Little Saigon]
7402 Edinger Ave., Huntington Beach