Industry News | August 17, 2015

LA Crawfish Mixes Cajun and Vietnamese in Two New Stores

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LA Crawfish, a Houston-based restaurant franchise known for its unique Vietnamese-style Cajun seafood, today announced that it has expanded its franchise stores in both Austin and Wallisville, Texas. The company continues to move forward in its aggressive franchise expansion initiatives throughout the U.S.

"The opening of these two stores is a result of our continued efforts to push forward with our expansion plans through our franchise model," says Minson Ngo, president of LA Crawfish. "Both Austin and Wallisville represent great markets for us and we look forward to introducing additional stores throughout Texas and other states in the years to come."

Known for its Vietnamese style Cajun seafood, LA Crawfish, founded in 2011, is aggressively expanding its franchise throughout the U.S. In the past year, LA Crawfish has signed 12 new franchise agreements with more on the way. It currently has seven locations open with five new stores under construction, including a store in Pearland, Texas and San Antonio, Texas. In addition to its famous crawfish, other menu items include Cajun Pho, crab, oysters, shrimp, and chicken wings. Three mouth-watering sauces are available: garlic butter, spicy Cajun, and chili lime. 

Chefs Andy and Minson Ngo, the founders of LA Crawfish, won The 2013 Cross-Cultural Mash-Up Award in Cooking Light's Trailblazing Chef Awards. In addition, LA Crawfish was named for having the "Best Crawfish" in 2014 by the Houston Press and in 2015 by the Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau. 


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