If you enter this fast-casual Cajun spot into your GPS, Siri will pronounce it as Gumbo Joke-ses, but the jokes on her. Gumbo Jeaux's (it sounds like Joe's, y'all) serves up quick and fiery Texas Cajun, or "Texiana," as the restaurant calls it, in an open kitchen where cooks entertain the customers as much as they bring the flavor. Order up a huge Cajun-inspired taco with spicy blackened fish or shrimp Creole cooled by a dollop of creamy chipotle aioli, which comes with an ample side — you'll want the gumbo, laden with big hunks of tender chicken, sausage and shrimp — for less than $5. While you can choose from more than 30 hot sauces, the dishes here aren't suffering from lack of heat. The dirty rice, speckled as it is with bits of liver and beef, will creep up on you with the heat, and best lends itself as a bed for the catfish Opelousas, with flaky blackened fish fillets topped with butterflied, fried shrimp and a sea of calming shrimp étouffée. It's BYOB, which is a good thing, because food this sassy calls for a cold one.