Blues Cajun Kitchen

815 Folly RD

Charleston, SC 29412

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Phone: (854) 999-1055

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

Blues Cajun Kitchen

Blues Cajun Seafood has "something for everyone, and a lil' something extra!" South Carolina Chef Ambassador Sean Mendes has worked hard to make sure that this place will become one of your favorite places to eat on James Island. Using only the freshest ingredients, premium cheeses, and even fresh-baked burger buns from a local bakery - everything on the menu will give you a delicious taste of South Carolina, with a Cajun twist!

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