For those who love Cajun-style boiled crawfish, the spicier the better. The Vietnamese-American-owned Cajun Corner sells them all year round, in addition to gumbo, étouffée, chicken wings and a full menu of Cajun specialties. The only dish (besides boiled crawfish) that really stands out is the crawfish fried rice. A separate counter sells the Chinese pork and egg noodle soup called mi, which can be ordered with a variety of meats or seafoods.
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While I'm waiting for a couple of pounds of boiled crawfish at Cajun Corner restaurant, I notice a young Vietnamese-American guy approach the little table covered with condiments near the front counter. He dumps several tablespoons ...