Four of us had dinner here. We all had three pounds of boiled crawfish in the hottest sauce they offer. Three pounds of crawfish for $12.50 pp. This was the first time that any of us had ever eaten crawfish. The owner of the restaurant showed us how to eat them. It took us over two hours to eat all of them as the meat in the tail is very small and requires lots of tedious work for just a small amount of food. The owner told us that this was most likely the last night that they would be serving fresh crawfish this season as the end of season for crawfish is usually over by beginning of July but this year the season lasted about a month longer than usual. Fresh crawfish means that the crawfish are alive right before they boil them vs. the frozen crawfish. The owner of this restaurant said she only serves fresh crawfish. Crawfish turn dark color (almost black) at the end of season and it is very difficult to get the tail meat out when they are this old. This was the first time any of us had ever eaten crawfish so we have nothing to compare it against but we enjoyed the experience.
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