These sauces are different from the seafood boils mentioned above. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Make it a party bowl served in a watermelon half! This combo came with the choice of two sauces, so I went with the red and white sauce and I made it hot! I do miss blogging though and really want to return to it. The flavor-packed pots come with a choice of 15 sauces, including Portobello, Kentucky, Amatriciana and Pacific Rim. I loved how the fries still kept it's crispy texture but the lack of actual chowder was disappointing.
They offer a variety of combos and depending on your taste buds as well as your wallet, the combos start at 40 bucks! Crackin Kitchen is a Hawaiian Cajun restaurant wth only two locations in Waikiki, Hawaii and Pasadena. There are mai tais, a Blue Hawaii with lychee liquor and blue curaçao, and more. Crackin' Kitchen has very unique sauces that uses all-natural ingredients including Cacao Beans, Chili Peppers, Onions and Ginger. If you are a portabello fan, this one's for you. Didn't think I would leave this blog behind but unfortunately I did.
The crunchiness of macadamia nuts added a nice touch to the overall wing. I loved scooping the soup into the mussels shell and slurping it all up. Reminded me of like chocolate mole sauce from Latin cultures with black pepper. There are mai tais, a Blue Hawaii with lychee liquor and blue curaçao, and more. After the show is done, dip the malasadas and fruit into the rainbow sauces! Dinner starts at 4:30 p. However, they can feed up to 3 people and since you are paying for seafood, it is well worth it. They have great cocktails too its totally worth checking out.
The restaurant also leaves no stone unturned with its boozy, tropical beverage menu which includes mai tais, a Blue Hawaii with lychee liqueur and Curaçao, and more umbrella-laden drinks, not to mention a wide variety of beer. About Crackin' Kitchen is a restaurant located in Pasadena, California at 115 East Colorado Boulevard. I've always been a fan of cajun food so when a new restaurant opened just it's very first location in continental United States, more specifically, California! It honestly was a lot of work peeling the shrimp, but I got the hang of it eventually. Basically, a staff will be bringing out a new sheet of wax paper to cover your table. The Ahi Poke was super good and was served with Taro Chips! The has lots of seafood on hand, and paper towels at the ready. This is a new concept of food, so if you like Cajun food or if you fancy Hawaiian food, then this spot is especially for you. So now I am back for the 2019 Summer.
~ Check out my new lifestyle blog. And onto the next one. Served with all 3 signature sauces from serves 2-3 people. It felt more like I was eating mostly plain fries because there wasn't much chowder to dip them in. . Includes : shrimp, clams, mussels, local corn, potatoes, spam and one dungeness crab.
Further transporting guests to seaside shores, wood-paneled walls present an array of hand-drawn paintings of lobsters, crabs and other ocean emblems. But upon my first glance at the menu, I noticed that the concept at Crackin' Kitchen is totally different. Grilled spam slices, creamy garlic pasta and garlic butter rice. Usually, I tend to favor spicy flavors over anything else at cajun flavors but found this sauce to be addicting. Guests wishing to amplify their crustacean dish can add shrimp and clams for an additional charge. That means options guava soy chicken wings, ahi poke, and lots of salmon to go along with Cajun combos of shrimp, mussels, clams, andouille sausage, and crab available at three different spice levels. Address to Crackin' Kitchen: 115 East colorado Blvd.
Rounding out the beverage program is a large selection of canned craft beers and wines, alongside creative non-alcoholic offerings, too. For added fun, specialty chocolate messaging can be included to mark celebratory events and provide a photo-ready social media moment capturing the occasion. All the combos include clams, mussels, corn, potatoes and andouille sausage. Their three sauces are either red, white or black; red sauce is the Crackin Kitchen cajun, using chili straight from Hawaii, the black sauce is made up of Hawaiian cacao and freshly cracked black pepper and the white is a Maui onion base with lemon butter. Crackin' Kitchen is a Hawaiian-Cajun fusion seafood restaurant that combines cajun flavors with the spirit of Hawaii. The star of the show is located smack dab in the middle of the menu, their Hawaiian cajun combos. I was curious to taste this Hawaiian inspired cajun food.
This place is definitely more expensive but I think it's worth to try at least once to find out if it's yo thang or not. Dinner starts at 4:30 p. Once the main courses are cleared, the server uses fruit purees, chocolate and fresh-cut fruits to paint an edible art across the tabletop, complete with a rainbow and Aloha greeting. Which is why I ended up liking the Thai soup better. I went for the corn on the cob covered in their white sauce first! This reminded me of Thai Curry but a much much thinner version.
The menu is all carefully developed by chef Takeshi Omae, who is a Michelin Star chef! Everyone at my table preferred Portabello over the Thai - everyone. And I am also a huge fan of soy sauce flavored wings. Then, came the red sauce shrimp and stuff, I could smell the spices and was ready for the heat. All opinions are my own though, because you know how I like to keep it real for y'all. A la carte sides include Veggie Sticks, Creamy Noodles, Garlic Butter Rice, as well as traditional Hawaiian classics such as Grilled Spam Slices and Kings Hawaiian Sweet Rolls.