The Lost Cajun isn’t lost, at least in Mansfield.
The 15th and newest location of the Colorado-based chain opened in Mansfield at 1530 E. Debbie Lane on Feb. 28 with a grand opening held on March 15. The family-friendly restaurant is focused on authentic Cajun food and genuine Southern hospitality. The name “Lost Cajun” comes from the owner, from Barataria, Louisiana, had retired to Summit County, Colorado and opened his original Cajun restaurant there.
The 3,234-square foot Mansfield outpost offers traditional Cajun food, including gumbo, jambalaya, red beans and rice, and catfish etouffee and other Louisiana fare. There are now six locations throughout Texas and two more are planned for Fort Worth and Lubbock, according to the company website.
More info: http://thelostcajun.com/locations/mansfield-texas