Pappadeaux Pappadeaux


2708 West Fwy.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Cuisine: Cajun / Seafood
Lively seafood chain provides New Orleans Bourbon Street aura and giant portions of genuine Creole cuisine.
Openings: Lunch & Dinner daily

Pappadeaux Restaurant Review:

Pappadeaux has a good Cajun and Creole selection from beignets, frog legs, fried alligator, boudin and fried crawfish to po boys, étouffée and gumbo. We especially like the crisp, greaseless fried chicken tenderloins and fried good-sized shrimp that come perched atop a mountain of perfectly cooked fries. New Orleans specialties abound on the menu, like fried frog legs and alligator, red beans and rice with andouille (sausage) and crawfish étouffée. We like to reel-in a bowl of seafood gumbo to start, and can never resist ordering the bread pudding with bourbon sauce for dessert. Note: Pappadeaux is one fun place to hold a party, and they do an especially good job at to geaux orders.

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