The interior looks like a restaurant more than a construction site, although there is clearly work going on. The sign ont he door calls for a soft opening over May 14-15 featuring five dishes like gumbo, cajun crawfish and seafood eggrolls.
I'd mentioned this place in February after Jack spotted a menu on-line. In just a few months, Wild Cajun has renovated the former space of Chen Hibachi at Rte 40 and Rte 29. There are some wall murals and a painted stream along the floor -- although there weren't tables or chairs when we walked past Saturday.
In comments, folks have said Wild Cajun appears to be a Vietnamese guy doing cajun seafood. That seems cool to me. Steamed crawfish could be a revelation, and po' boy sandwiches can be great fun -- although my stomach makes me impose high standards on fried food these days. I love some Bon Chon chicken, but I cringed at the last po' boy because I ordered it at a place that just threw batter-crusted shrimp on a roll.
Does anyone know if the May 14-15 dates are going to happen? I always understand when schedules slip a bit. Does anyone know more about plans for the restaurant?