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1 Crow Street, Temple Bar, Dublin53.34556320-6.26423030Cajun

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Temple Bar, Dublin's own French Quarter - is an appropriate home for this lively Cajun/Creole restaurant where great music meets great food. Try the gumbos, Jambalayas and blackened dishes... You won't find better this side of the Mississippi.

Tante Zoe's also has private rooms to cater for parties of 20, 40 and 100 people.

Party/Buffet menus available to cater for every kind of function and budget. If you don't find anything in our menus to meet your particular requirements, don't hesitate to contact one of our managers and they will be only too glad to compile a menu to suit you and your party.

Originated from Louisiana, and is a combination of American Indian, African, French and Spanish cuisines.

Cajun is believed to have been the food of poor Negro folks, who lived along the waterways and swamps that dot Louisiana. Creole on the other hand, was the more aristocratic cuisine of the up tempo New Orleans city people.

In time Cajun and Creole folk intermarried and completely absorbed the cultures of the area. From this melting pot evolved what is now recognised as the most distinct and favourable cooking styles in the world:
Cajun/Creole

As they say in Dixieland, "Laissez les bon temps rouler" (Let the good times roll)

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