Polished Southern Seafood Coming to Preston Hollow

The sibling of Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe, the Addison-based restaurant chain that specializes in Cajun food, is setting up shop at Preston Hollow Village.

Tricky Fish Cajun will continue its Cajun-inspired cuisine lineage with an extra emphasis on polished Southern seafood – culinary ideas that would have never worked at Razzoo’s.

Spoiler alert: fried food doesn’t have prime real estate on the menu.

The menu includes just about anything you would expect from a Cajun seafood restaurant: gumbo, oysters, oyster shooters, calamari, peel & eat shrimp, sweet Thai wings, blue cheese potato chips, and fried green tomatoes.

The difference is that it’s prepared with fewer ingredients, allowing the bold flavors to shine.

According to a previous release, “Tricky Fish, the idea for it anyway, was born along Chinquapin Reef in East Matagorda Bay. And on the water off Port A and near the barrier islands south of Cocodrie, LA. Days spent on the water and evenings spent with good friends, a cold beer and amazing food. “

The restaurant opened its first outpost in 2017 in the CityLine development in Richardson, followed by another in Fort Worth’s Waterside last year.

Razzoo’s CEO Jeff Powell said in a statement that Dallas has been on their to-do list – Preston Hollow Village was the perfect partner for the company’s continued growth.

Menu items that caught our attention include Blue Cheese Chips off the starter menu; the dried cranberry, spiced pecans, and blue cheese Darn Good Salad (for our healthy friends); and the entire fresh seafood menu.

The brunch menu reads just as impressively with mouthwatering offerings like and Andouille breakfast hash and eggs and bananas foster Monkey Bread – to name a couple of items. (Click here to read the whole menu)

The spacious 4,000-square-foot location, 7825 Firefall Way, will sport 120 seats, plus another 40 on a spacious patio, and is expected to open this Fall.

 

 

Bianca R. Montes

Bianca Montes is the managing editor of Park Cities People and Preston Hollow People. She curates special sections for People Newspapers like the fall and spring society special sections and 20 Under 40, as well as Faith and Living Well print content, daily web posts, and social media. With a strong background in community journalism, she believes that a city’s arts and entertainment scene is one that should be loved and supported. From luncheons to galas to museum openings and on and off-Broadway revivals, you can find her out and about on Instagram at Bianca_TBD. She also can be reached at [email protected]

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