Brother’s Crawfish, a restaurant serving Cajun dishes with a Vietnamese accent, is now open in Dorchester, reports the Globe. Brother’s Crawfish owners Long and Tuan Le boil the little shellfish with celery, sugar, pineapple juice, orange juice, and halved oranges. They hope to eventually turn Brother’s Crawfish into a franchise. Sounds delightful, but it’s a little strange that the Globe article never once references last week’s mammoth New York Times article on Vietnamese/Cajun restaurants, no?
Here Come the Asian Cajuns [Globe]