1304 E Copeland Rd, Arlington, TX | Directions 7601132.759024 -97.090666
Sun-Thur:11am-10pm Fri - Sat:11am-11pm
Neighborhoods: East (Six Flags & Johnson Station), East Arlington
Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen offers the best Louisiana style Seafood dishes with a deep Cajun influence for discerning Seafood lovers. Only the freshest ingredients are used in recipes that have been mastered over the years and are unique to our restaurants. Diners keep coming back for favorites like; Texas Gulf Coast Oysters, Blackened Mahi, Seared Sea Bass, Seafood Gumbo, Live Main Lobster and Alaskan King Crab. The fun and festive ambiance welcomes patrons upon entering the restaurant and complements dishes typical to Louisiana. Signature Louisiana dishes include: Crawfish Ettouffee, Shrimp Creole, Mixed Seafood Grill and Blackened Opelousas Filet. Start with one of our specialty drinks and mouthwatering appetizers and you’re off to an unforgettable meal. For superbly cooked Louisiana style Seafood, stop by Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen today.
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The crawfish are back and are ready to go!! We?ll be boiling up those lovely little bugs starting Monday, March 10, after 5:00pm, for our annual Crawfish Catch, on Mondays & Tuesdays throughout the month. Inquire at your local restaurant for details.
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Texas Gulf Coast Oysters are back!!! Monday - Thursday's in March through April 9, we are serving up Texas Gulf Coast Oysters by the dozen. Come on by before they are all gone!!! Inquire at your local restaurant for details.
Festive chain stays popular with swift service and a crowd-pleasing take on Louisiana cookin'. – In Short
This lively chain has its own sense of N'awlins elegance and verve. Dark-wood paneling, airy windows and service with panache are company trademarks. The restaurant will charbroil, blacken or panbroil a wide variety of fish,serving most with "dirty" rice. Gumbo is popular, chock-full of okra, crawfish, shrimp and yummy secret spices. The crawfish platter is fried crawfish in an spicy tomato sauce, with a crawfish etouffee in buttery yellow sauce.
Great food - impeccable service – Like most Pappa's related restaurants, this one has excellent service, on a par with the best. The seafood is great - favorites are any catch of the day Mahi-Mahi, Swordfish, halibut or several other possibilities with any of the great sauces like the Alexander, Yvette, or Crawfish Ettoufe. We almost always get them blackened. Servings are huge and despite being very hungry, I can almost always split an entree with my wife and leave full. Waiters are glad to serve split plates. Desserts are great too.
The downside is the wait - It can be very long and the bar is always overcrowded. Here is the best advice - use call ahead seating! You will love it when you are whisked to a table within 5 minutes while other are being told the wait is about an hour. Parking is sometimes scarce on busy nights.
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