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Legitimate cajun/creole single dishes at "regular" restaurants

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Legitimate cajun/creole single dishes at "regular" restaurants

orythedog | Nov 3, 2009 10:35 AM

Beside BBQ and thin pancakes, I am obsessed with cajun/creole food. And...yes, I know the difference. And...yes, I have already read all of the hound postings already. And...yes I am mostly disappointed with the cajun/creole choices in California.

During a recent trip to Little Dom's, I noticed a fried oyster poboy on their menu. After further investigation, I was told that the chef is from New Orleans. I can't wait to try it.

Maybe the mistake I have been making is trying to find an entire good restaurant dedicated to this type of food. What I would like to know is: Can you name a "regular" restaurant, from San Diego to Santa Barbara that has a legitimate awesome cajun/creole dish?

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Little Dom's
2128 Hillhurst Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027

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