Friendly, nice, and quiet. Food was great. The boil is close to Hot n Juicy, not quite, but close enough. They've been open for about a month. I never came to the place before (Cajun Crawfish), but Boiling Seafood gets my vote!
Service here is like baby's first server job. The server did not refill our drinks unless I hunted him down. Had no idea about the menu, and was generally unhelpful. The server could not answer any question I had about the seasoning. And when a major part of the food is one of 5 seasoning you can get I had questions. The garlic butter was way too potent and ruined the flavor of the Alaskan king crab. The house was just not right. I wanted crawfish and did not care where I got it. But between the service and not good boils, I think red lobster would have been better. I just really wanted craw fish.
First I want to thank the wait staff because they did the best they could with what they had.
I ordered two lobsters, sausage and corn. The sausage was good as was the corn, however, the lobster needs a lot of work.
The lobsters were overcooked and very bland, not even a hint of a salt water crustacean.
The garlic butter made it somewhat palatable but after a few bites you start to wonder why you came. Then that is when you remember that the new management moved away from a fantastic Pho restaurant that made a broth so good it tasted fresh a day later to a simulated southern boil restaurant complete with zip tied nautical decorations on the walls.
To management...please PLEASE go back to the Pho format. We customers loved it and through social media, and a little strategic planning, you could have a hot far northwest side spot on your hands.
You have a great team, just go back to Pho please.