Curious about their pralines now. Harry's Seafood Grill is now owned by former Teixido partner David Leo Banks. They take you on a journey to a city of soul where dreams can be heard on every corner through the music of its people. The banana foster bread pudding is really good also. Photo: Joe del Tufo for Delaware Online The Applebaums have a deep background in Louisiana cuisine. But if you really want to reward yourself. We got fully dressed po boy sandwich halves - my lady had the oyster and I had the shrimp.
You can have your groceries delivered straight to your door, or pick them up at the Customer Hub. Hubby usually gets one of the po'boys and he likes them. Most of the time everything is delicious. Been here and the other location many times, and there is nothing like it in the tri-state area! First impressions of the new digs, nice decor and the set up of the kitchen workspace with a counter facing it is exactly how it's set up at Booths Corner only much more spacious. The downside is to say parking is limited is an understatement but it can't be helped.
Plus the last three times I ordered the catfish fingers twice they were not cooked all the way through. You'll have to get creative. It is a nice contrast from the Booth's Corner counter seats. Cajun and Creole cuisines provide flavorsome food at this restaurant. Luckily for us they decided to take their passion for Cajun food and bring it to Delaware. Stop by on Wednesdays or Sundays for freshly fried beignets to go with your morning coffee.
If it's their own signature recipe, then that explains it, but if that were noted somewhere I wouldn't have ordered them. We also chose a Coconut Mousse that was positively to die for! Then they opened and for the life of me I couldn't get there. Kate, for whom the business is named, was a longtime chef of Harry's Seafood Grill at the Wilmington Riverfront. What will not change, Kate said, is the strong interaction with customers. More: The Applebaums opened Cajun Kate's on Philadelphia Pike in December 2016. It will have counter seats as well as a 30-seat dining room. In August of 2006 they carved out a small slice of the market and pulled up 6 stools for customers to sit, chat and enjoy all of their Cajun and creole stylings.
Sample foods from various merchants within the Market. We will definitely stop there again soon and highly recommend it. Very strange and unlike any beignet I've ever had. I enjoyed every last bite. Jambalaya is definitely a blast! Click on the Menu for Naamans Rd, hours and selection. They're not open Sunday thru Wednesday, and when that red beans and rice craving comes in on an off day, it's just disappointing.
Excellent staff, great prices, and if you catch that parking lot early you might be able to park in the front! Located in a tiny strip mall with limited parking, the new location is a larger version of the Booths Corner spot with about 10 tables and a bathroom. However, the main difference is that Philly Pike accepts credit cards, whereas Booth's Corner only takes cash! The owner was a major help in offering suggestions. It's a spin-off of their popular Booth's Corner Farmers Market stall just over the Delaware state line in Garnet Valley, Pennsylvania, that they opened in 2006. They both offer the same wealth of food options, but they have different specials on certain days. Kate said they anticipate having a strong lunch crowd. It had the taste of gingerbread.
Quick and easy take out. We hope you will continue to let readers know about these fascinating new places in North Wilmington. It is quite possible that these are the building blocks of what dreams are made of. Was driving from Delaware to Philadelphia and stopped for gas on Philly Pike and stumbled upon the gem thanks to Yelp! I really love the catfish fingers they were nicely fried on the outside and very tender on the inside and the spicy tartar sauce was delicious. Saved the Jambalaya for tomorrows lunch. Your tummy will thank you for it! Only reason I don't give five stars is I feel they are a little pricey. Frog legs or seafood gumbo.
The staff is very friendly. Only reason I don't give five stars is I feel they are a little pricey. As part of a recent anniversary celebration, the couple sold 270 quarts of seafood gumbo in just two days. The employees are friendly and they're always sure to engage customers in conversation. We purchased a Mushroom Gumbo last weekend that was delicious. My second time here and they don't disappoint, staff is amazing hey offer samples of all of their food which means they want you to taste how good their food is. Big flavor came out of this little space that inspired Cajun Kates to open a new location on Philadelphia Pike last year.
I ordered the half catfish po-boy, shared an order of popcorn shrimp and took home some bananas foster bread pudding for later. Most unexpected amazing meal ever! Refrigerated and dry storage available. If I could give this restaurant 10 stars, I would. And their hours of operations are somewhat inconvenient. The table area is comfortably cozy. This fall, owners plan to open a second location in Bellefonte, about 3 miles northeast of Wilmington. Of course, great music is playing on the stereo as great Cajun food and great music are closely aligned for owner and chef Don.
Check out this story on Freep. It's definitely worth the trip if you live in the area. Definitely a place to go back and try some other menu items. I usually get the catfish fingers and a small tomato Parmesan soup. If you are hip to the area, you might know Cajun Kates from the Booths Corner Farmers Market. I also got a small cup of their incredible delicious spicy red beans and rice and a small cup of the most amazing tomato soup with pesto,cheese and croutons.