This Cajun and Creole joint in Islington reckons you should ‘Put Some South in Yo’ Mouth’ with their electric weekend Brunch.
Cajun food was fusion before fusion was a thing, a melting pot of vibrant cultures, cuisines and culinary traditions with equal parts Spanish, French, Caribbean, English and many more nationalities. Found along Regent’s Canal, it has a lively, eclectic interior fit for a carnival and features quirky murals and wall paintings across the walls to fully immerse you in the experience.
The absolute essentials of Cajun-Creole food include a chicken, shrimp and homemade andouille sausage jambalaya (plus a ‘no-kill’ version with artichokes and mirliton) and a poached egg gumbo served in a dark roux. Other dishes include buttermilk-fried hake with fries, a riff on the quintessentially British fish ‘n’ chips, plus a twist on Eggs Benedict – the Eggs Sardou come with an absinthe creamed spinach and swap out English Muffins for an authentic Southern cornbread.
Join them on a Sunday for added extravagance, as they’re offering their Sunday Brunch at just £25 for 3 courses (plus 1 course for £14 or 2 courses for £21) along with live jazz music.
Sat & Sun: 11am - 4pm
- Vegetarian Options
- Accepts Credit Cards
- Disabled Access
- Online Booking