"This Vietnamese-Cajun amalgam is one of those wonderful culinary fusions that make eating in the ethnic enclaves of America so incredibly entertaining," the Star-News reports, after visiting the new branch on Main Street. "Once seated, the concept makes perfectly good sense: a shared love of whole shellfish, a pepper obsession, the consumption of every part that can be consumed."
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