Crawfish House
Spicy Crawfish Boil

Owner Hiep Ngo is a Vietnamese-American chef who lived for several years in Louisiana. To bring a taste of the south to the Northwest, he opened Crawfish House in February 2011. Customers can begin their meals with such typical Southern starters as fried pickles, fried gizzards, fried rice or catfish, then top it off with the “boils” — seafood sold by the pound. The choices are crawfish, which comes with sausage and corn, Dungeness crab, snow crab legs, king crab legs, clams or shrimp. But really, it’s all about the crayfish. The seafood comes with a choice of sauce, including Ngo’s special house creation. Crawfish House’s super-spicy seafood boil swims in hot chili oil. Patrons pick the spice level, ranging from “chillin,” to “can’t feel my mouth.”

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Location
9826 16th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98106, USA
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Opening times
Wed: 2:00 - 11:00 pm
Closed
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