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Cajunators Food Truck Type Food Truck

sooo good. first overfilled poboy in DC and i've been here 8 years/from NOLA. Gumbo nice and spicy. oysters large and crispy fried. catfish thin and m

Nov 07, 2013 by Renee
What Did You Order?: Gumbo/ half and half poboy • 
Is This One Of Your Favorite Trucks?: Yes • 
How Much Did It Cost?: 13.00 

sooo good. first overfilled poboy in DC and i've been here 8 years/from NOLA. Gumbo nice and spicy. oysters large and crispy fried. catfish thin and moist! very good


This was my first time trying Cajunators. It is delicious! I'm eating the catfish po boy sandwich now. It's fresh, hot, and plentiful. A person be

Jul 18, 2013 by Verniesa
What Did You Order?: Catfish po boy and red beans and rice • 
Is This One Of Your Favorite Trucks?: It is now! • 
How Much Did It Cost?: $11.00 

This was my first time trying Cajunators. It is delicious! I'm eating the catfish po boy sandwich now. It's fresh, hot, and plentiful. A person before me order the catfish platter - not the sandwich and there was so much fish they could pairly close the container. My sandwich was also very full. Delicious roumalaude sauce on the sandwich and a nice fried crust on the fish - not oily. Perfect lunch. Thanks, Cajunators! Next time I'll try the soft shell crab po boy. :)


It really pains me to give a bad review to this truck that is supposed to be representing my home state of LA. The sausage tasted really bad and the

May 15, 2013 by Esi
What Did You Order?: Andouille Sausage with Red Beans and Rice • 
Is This One Of Your Favorite Trucks?: No • 
How Much Did It Cost?: $10 

It really pains me to give a bad review to this truck that is supposed to be representing my home state of LA. The sausage tasted really bad and the beans and rice were undercooked. This was a rushed botched meal that left me feeling nauseous and cheated. I couldnt even eat it, just had to cut my losses and throw it in the garbage. If you are interested chef, I can cook you a real pot of red beans with some onions, bell peppers, scallions, a bit of smoked turkey for flavor or some real sausage. If you cant cook rice that isnt crunchy, buy a rice cooker. You might be able to pass that mediocre/poor cooking off on these city folks, but you will never fool a country girl with those hard red beans and crunchy rice!


This is one of my favorite trucks. The PoBoys are as good as any you would get in Louisiana (yes, I lived down there for 6 years)

May 06, 2013 by Michael
What Did You Order?: Catfish PoBoy • 
Is This One Of Your Favorite Trucks?: Yes • 
How Much Did It Cost?: $7 

This is one of my favorite trucks. The PoBoys are as good as any you would get in Louisiana (yes, I lived down there for 6 years)


I love Cajunators, however my last 2 catfish purchases left me a bit disappointed. The seasoning was very bland and I had to smother it with sauce to

Oct 18, 2012 by Tweetee
What Did You Order?: Catfish and fries 

I love Cajunators, however my last 2 catfish purchases left me a bit disappointed. The seasoning was very bland and I had to smother it with sauce to give it some kick. It wasn't always like this. Hopefully the chef can add some more seasoning back to the batter...then I can give it more stars.


The worst sandwich I've been given in years. A few shriveled and tasteless oysters lost on a 2-day stale bun. And charged 13 dollars for it!! It's

Oct 14, 2012 by Phred
What Did You Order?: Oyster po' boy 

The worst sandwich I've been given in years. A few shriveled and tasteless oysters lost on a 2-day stale bun. And charged 13 dollars for it!! It's better to go hungry.


YUM! These guys cook like my beloved Cajun grandmother (now deceased) who was the best cook (and seamstress) who ever lived. I was not expecting tha

Oct 01, 2012 by Jennie
What Did You Order?: I've had everything 

YUM! These guys cook like my beloved Cajun grandmother (now deceased) who was the best cook (and seamstress) who ever lived. I was not expecting that from a DC food truck. OUTSTANDING! Thanks so much.


I visited your food truck for the first time on Monday at L'Enfant Plaza. I tried the catfish Po Boy sandwich and it was great. Just wish it was more

Sep 12, 2012 by Marie
What Did You Order?: Catfish Po Boy 

I visited your food truck for the first time on Monday at L'Enfant Plaza. I tried the catfish Po Boy sandwich and it was great. Just wish it was more fish. Love You Guys!!


Every time they come to my job I have them! Good thing its not on the same days as my other favorite truck! The food is outstanding and the fries are

Sep 11, 2012 by Venus
What Did You Order?: I've had everything except the red beans and rice 

Every time they come to my job I have them! Good thing its not on the same days as my other favorite truck! The food is outstanding and the fries are a WOW! Even the sweet tea is delish!


Great PO-BOY !!! Best of both worlds, shrimp AND oysters. Perfectly fried and dressed, crispy seafood on lightly crisp french bread. Ummmmm...Also ha

Aug 11, 2012 by Allie
What Did You Order?: 1/2 & 1/2 Shrimp & Oyster Po-Boy 

Great PO-BOY !!! Best of both worlds, shrimp AND oysters. Perfectly fried and dressed, crispy seafood on lightly crisp french bread. Ummmmm...Also had Red Beans and their Jambalaya awhile back...Made me feel like I was back in New Orleans...


4.0 5.0 11 11 sooo good. first overfilled poboy in DC and i've been here 8 years/from NOLA. Gumbo nice and spicy. oysters large and crispy fried. catfish thin and moist! very good Cajunators Food Truck

Cajunators is a cajun and creole cuisine food truck.  The cuisine was first introduced at the 2nd Truckeroo DC food truck festival on July 15, 2011. The truck officially launched on the streets of the District on about September 20, 2011 (at Union Station).  The truck actually used to be the first Dangerously Delicious Pies truck before it was transformed into the Cajunators (Cajunators is not affiliated with Dangerously Delicious Pies).

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