Don’t Forget - Kids are Welcome at Razzoo’s Cajun Café!
Looking for a place to take the whole crew for a family dinner? Maybe you want to introduce those youngins to the delicious flavors of boiled Cajun crawfish? Either way, Razzoo’s Cajun Café is a family friendly establishment!
Fact: Picky Eaters Love Razzoo’s!
It’s easy to get in a rut when you are going out to eat, and we get it. The kids can be picky and sometimes it’s easier to just run to the tried-and-true options. However, we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised to see that our kids menu is chock full of delicious options that are sure to please even our pickiest guests.
Lots of Options
Junior can choose between the cheeseburger, chicken strips, popcorn shrimp, grilled cheese, or a corny dog. Would your child rather have something that isn’t fried? Then they can order grilled chicken tenders too! French fries are the standard side – yum! – but we can substitute mashed taters and veggies if you’d rather them eat some greens. There is truly something for everyone at Razzoo’s Cajun Café – a great family friendly restaurant in Texas.
You Choose the Meal for One Low Price!
No matter which meal your child chooses, they are all just one fantastic low price - $5.29! For a delicious entrée, sides, and drink – it’s basically the same price as a fast food dinner. Score!
Introduce Junior to our Cajun Favorites
Even if your child orders off the kid’s menu, you can still indoctrinate him or her into the ways of delicious Cajun food by ordering one of our famous appetizers for the table. Rat Toes (shrimp and crab stuffed jalapenos), Fried Gator Tail (yep, it’s just what it sounds like), and Boudin Balls are all crowd pleasers perfect for the whole family!
Bring your family in this week to Razzoo’s Cajun Café for the best Cajun food in Texas, proudly serving Dallas, Fort Worth, Round Rock, Tyler, Spring, College Station, and more.
*Please note that all specials, promotions, and pricing are subject to change at any time. Please confirm with your server should you have any questions about current pricing.