Cajun food is on the menu at new Veazie takeout kitchen

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Gumbo, jambalaya, muffaletta and other Cajun dishes are on the menu at the new takeaway restaurant opening on New Year’s Day in Vesey. The restaurant will serve meals every Sunday through May before the food trucks start serving.

Ca C’est Bon, run by Steven Cousineau, who moved to Bangor from Louisiana, opened earlier this year at 1492 State St. in Veazie, the same location as Korean Dad and Mi Causa, serving a curated selection of Cajun fare. To do. A Korean restaurant and a Peruvian restaurant opened in 2021 and 2022 respectively.

Cajun cuisine is close and dear to Cousineau’s heart as he has been cooking for decades, but Ca C’est Bon will be his first professional culinary venture. It will be the first Cajun restaurant in the Bangor area.

“We are very excited to introduce Louisiana cuisine to the region,” says Cousineau. “Good Gumbo is what I’m most excited to introduce to the people here in Maine. Good Gumbo has a way of transporting you back to New Orleans if you’ve ever visited it.” .”

In addition to gumbo, Cajun staples such as jambalaya, shrimp etouffee, muffaletta, and red beans and rice will appear on the menu. Desserts include bread pudding with bourbon sauce and pecan praline.

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