Review Of Cajun Kate’s Boothwyn PA
Cajun Kate’s a hidden in a suburban farmers market just south of Philadelphia proper is a tiny stall restaurant that packs good cajun food with big flavor. Cajun Kate’s offers a selection of Gumbo, Red Beans & Rice, and Jambalaya with other cajun selections that range in price from $7 to $16. Their selection also includes a Muffaletta Sandwich w/Mortadella, Capicola Ham, Genoa Salami, Provolone Cheese, & Olive Salad for $10 to $18 and an assortment of Po’ Boys that may vary with availability.
Mac N’ Cheese w/ Creole Tomato Glaze – Delicious
Thenthere is the Mac N’ Cheese – deep fried with an awesome crispy coating and covered with their Creole Tomato Glaze. The Mac N’ Cheese was my meal of choice on this day. The Creole Tomato Glaze is something special. A hint of sweet with a really nice spice that lingers just long enough to let you remember. I found the crispy texture of the coating to work very will with the gooey cheesy inner macaroni. It took me a moment to crack it open and let it cool a bit before I could take a bite, but once it was at a reasonable temperature it was a little bit of heaven.
Now, not only do they offer this Mac N’ Cheese – but Cajun Kate’s adds applewood smoked bacon, blue cheese, and chicken! This combo with the Creole Tomato Glaze really kicks it up a notch. The sauces here are Don’s Special Cajun Sauces and Spreads – Fresh Pesto, Creole Honey Mustard, Creole Tartar Sauce, Creole Tomato Glaze, & Olive Salad.
Prices are reasonable for the quality and quantity. If you factor in the lack of the need for an airline ticket to New Orleans- this is a steal!
Location – Booths Corner Farmers Market
This small lunch counter of a restaurant really does a good job with their limited space. You can find a handful of employees serving customers Friday and Saturday to 8 or 9 pm. So even with the limited space, you can expect a quick turnaround for seating and speedy meals to go.
There is a new location a few miles away in Delaware. I have yet to visit the Philadelphia Pike spot, but I have to imagine the quality remains and the larger space will mean even easier access to the grub.
Finding Cajun Kate’s can feel tricky since they are tucked in the middle of a farmers market in suburban Philadelphia. Booths Corner Farmers Market is located in Boothwyn, Pennsylvania and is actually easily visited with ample parking and a number of stall spaces with a variety of products. Still, totally worth the explore to get there and fill your belly with the taste of New Orleans.
If you’re not ready to head that far south for both travel and cuisine, you could check out a small Ethiopian Restaraunt in University City staple. Dahlak Paradise Ethiopian Restaraunt. Great spice and flavor in a unique setting.
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CAJUN KATE’S BOOTH’S CORNER
(484) 947 – 8914
FRIDAY 9 AM – 9 PM
SATURDAY 9 AM – 8 PM
CAJUN KATE’S PHILLY PIKE
722 PHILADELPHIA PIKE
Wilmington DE 19809
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 11 AM – 4 PM
COLD PICKUP ONLY WED & THU 4 PM – 6 PM
FRIDAY & SATURDAY 11 AM – 8 PM
All Major Credit Cards Accepted