CRACKIN’ KITCHEN Expands Its Hawaiian-Cajun Seafood Concept To The Mainland With Grand Opening In Old Town Pasadena
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- On April 16, 2018
The first mainland location of Cajun cuisine infused with the spirit of Hawaii, CRACKIN’ KITCHEN will have its grand opening on March 30th, Friday at 115 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91105.
IRVINE, CA, March 29, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — CRACKIN’ KITCHEN is best known for its hands-on style of eating with bags of saucy, Hawaiian-Cajun seafood spread across the tabletop. Open daily for lunch and dinner.
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Infused with the spirit of Aloha, the full-service restaurant pays homage to its roots through light, beachy interiors and authentic island flavors. Crackin’ Kitchen’s menu was developed by Michelin-starred chef Takeshi Omae (Morimoto XEX, Japanese Cuisine by Omae). The menu of Crackin’ Kitchen blends traditional Cajun seafood with Hawaiian tradition. Highlights include Lomi Lomi Salmon (traditional Hawaiian salmon salad with diced tomatoes, green onions, and red chili water); Guava Soy Chicken Wings (crispy wings tossed in Crackin’ Kitchen’s housemade tangy sauce and topped with Hawaiian macadamia nuts); and Ahi Poke (cubed ahi, cucumbers, and sweet onions tossed in a soy sauce based sauce).