Cottage Kitchen Restaurant started in 1995 which serves Cajun and Creole cuisines. Founded by the late James Henry Sebree, a retired US serviceman who was raised in Louisiana, U.S.A who has great love for cooking. Creole is a style of cooking in his town that blends French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Native American and African cuisines. While Cajun is known as rustic cuisine which main ingredients are sausages, seafood and pork. The two cuisines are combined since they are almost the same.
This restaurant is also a Tripadvisor awardee for its great reviews from their satisfied guests. Only the deserving establishments receive such award.
Here are the dishes served during our visit. Most of the dishes has a distinct flavor which is spicy is the most dominant. Something new that excites our taste buds.
Creole Onion Soup
It’s a spicy onion soup with some spices in it. A great way to start a meal.
Perfectly fried chicken wings with a spicy spices that make this this something exciting, its not your usual fried chicken.
Deep Fried Potato Wedges
Crunchy potota wedges with spicy mayo sauce.
Fresh vegetables with ham and egg. I like the freshness of this salad.
Cajun Shrimp Salad
The shrimps are very flavorful which are perfectly matched with fresh lettuce, cucumber and carrots.
Baby Back Ribs
Very tender baby back ribs with super yummy sauce. I love also the pork and beans on the side and mashed potato. One of the favorite dish!
Cajun Fried Chicken with Dirty Rice
It’s my first time to dine in a Cajun and Creole Restaurant but I must say that most of the dishes are delicious with a distinct flavors. I enjoyed the dinner since I’m very adventurous when it comes to food, I love the spices that is incorporated in every dish.
Cottage Kitchen Cafe
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#582 Don Juico Avenue, Clarkview
Angeles City, Angeles City, Philippines
Phone: 0917-5748851 or (045) 893 2599
Operating Hours: 7:00am – 12:00am