Located on Jalan Riang, Singapore’s first ever Cajun restaurant serves up unique creole specialties with a New Orleans flare. With a plethora of seafood on the menu, diners at The Cajun Kings experience the feeling of being in the Louisiana swamps without ever having to leave Asia. With a simple one-page menu, guests are able to customize the spice level and flavour of their seafood and enjoy a hands-on experience while enjoying gourmet food.
One of my favourite dining places. No fuss, no pretence, just really good finger-licking food.
great service and food was being served fast!! it's a pity that they're closing..thanks for the wonderful service and wishing all the staff the best for their future!
Love this place! Sad that it's closed. Great seafood, fresh and affordable. The sauces r excellent and can't find another place like this! Hopefully they open somewhere else again.
The Cajun Kings provides diners with a unique experience unlike typical seafood restaurants. On the menu, guests first choose their entrée, their seasoning and spice level (mild, medium or spicy). Despite its rather quiet surroundings on Jalan Riang, the restaurant offers exotic Cajun appetizers usually only available in the American Deep South, including Buttermilk Frog Legs, Sweet Potato Fries and Pork Belly Cracklings as well as side items like corn on the cob and Cajun fries.
In addition to the exotic flavors, The Cajun Kings allow diners to play with their foods. The restaurant’s tables are lined with plastic and guests are provided with bibs for keeping clothing clean. If one’s dish contains a tough shell (such as crab and lobster plates), servers hand out wooden mallets for dismantling the crustaceans. In addition to Cajun classics, guests are offered decadent desserts that change weekly. Restaurants on Jalan Riang fill up early, therefore it is recommended to reserve a table in advance.