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Cajun King

March 19, 2017

Cajun Fare, And Then Some

Cajun King in Kaimuki may be the go-to spot if you want a fresh seafood feast. But, according to manager Simon Chik, the restaurant offers a lot more than just straight-up Cajun cuisine. On the backside of the Cajun King menu, customers can see a variety of Asian-style specials that are perfect for pairing with…

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February 26, 2017

‘King’ of seafood feasting makes a splash in new neighborhood

While Cajun King is sure to satisfy any craving for shrimp, crawfish, clams, crab, lobster and more, customers should pay attention to the eatery’s daily lunch specials — specifically, the variety of Po’ Boy sandwiches available. According to manager Simon Chik, the Po’ Boys come with coleslaw and french fries. They’re part of the lunch…

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January 22, 2017

Cajun King

A CLOSER LOOK AT THIS WEEK’S HOUSE SPECIAL: Combo No. 3 ($56) with a side order of Stir-fried String Beans with Garlic ($12) Meat lovers have their slabs of steaks, chops and ribs, satisfying their cravings with roasted, grilled and smoked selections of every variety. But while products from the land are highly coveted, to…

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December 20, 2015

Crab, lobster as far as the eye

It’s been a little over a year now since Cajun King joined the Kaneohe neighborhood in Windward City Shopping Center, and the consensus is still the same: It’s here to stay, and everyone is happy about it — and for good reason, too! Among its many succulent seafood dishes, there are customizable combination meals in…

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November 1, 2015

Reigning Seafood

Cajun King is the perfect place to get your fresh-seafood fix. Located in Waimalu Shopping Center, the restaurant’s first location opened in June 2013, and it wasn’t long until its second location in Kaneohe debuted in Sept. 2014. Owners Jay Chen and Tony Siakkhasone-Lai run a smooth operation at Cajun King. Chen is a seafood…

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September 20, 2015

A Southern Seafood Soiree

From the highest praise, received from the endearingly protruding lips of Forrest Gump’s army pal Bubba Blue, to homage paid via Elvis Presley’s 1967 iconic film “Clam-bake,” the deliciously mussel-ed merits of southern-inspired seafood boils have long been a signature staple in American cuisine. For a taste of them right here in the Islands, you…

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August 9, 2015

Southern seafood tradition washes ashore in Kaneohe

Popular in the South and on the East Coast, seafood boils feature a variety of shell-fish and other types of seafood cooked all together in a heaping pot. That sounds like pretty much the best thing ever, right? So why should Hawaii have to miss out? Well, now it doesn’t have to, thanks to Cajun…

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July 12, 2015

Cajun King spices up the dining experience

After patrons raved about their first culinary venture Lobster King, restaurant owners June Kim and Jay Chen decided to kick the dining experience up a notch with the establishment of another regal dining endeavor: Cajun King Kaneohe. The restaurant’s convenient Windward City Shopping Center locale next to American Savings Bank behind Foodland and Longs offers…

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June 14, 2015 ,

Getting a ‘Man-Handle’ on Seafood Boils

Have you ever seen that episode of “Seinfeld” where Jerry dates a woman with large, masculine hands who everyone on the show calls Man Hands? It’s a great one, and if you haven’t seen it, there’s one scene in which Man Hands grabs hold of a lobster tail at a restaurant, crushing the shell to…

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May 19, 2015

Add some spice to your seafood routine

For nearly two years, Cajun King has made a name for itself as one of the go-to spots for locals to enjoy amazing, finger-lickin’-good seafood — so much so that Kaneohe became home to a second Cajun King location just this past September. Now, more locals can get down and dirty while eating with their…

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