on January 17, 2001
I'm not into spicy food, and really did not much look forward to sampling Cajun cuisine. But Mulate's quickly straightened me out and taught me to appreciate the regional cooking that did in fact clear out my sinuses. Despite the gentle prodding by the waiter to sample hotter items, I stuck with a "mild" catfish meal that left my tongue tingling and a tear streaming down my cheek. One bite of my friend's gumbo required half a lemonade to reverse the damage. But if you're feeling brave and want to sample some genuine local cuisine, you're sure to find Mulate's cajun right up your alley.
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