Ca C’est Bon, run by Steven Cousineau, who moved to Bangor from Louisiana, opened earlier this 12 months at 1492 State St. in Veazie, the identical location as Korean Dad and Mi Causa, serving a curated number of Cajun fare. To do. A Korean restaurant and a Peruvian restaurant opened in 2021 and 2022 respectively.
Cajun delicacies is shut and expensive to Cousineau’s coronary heart as he has been cooking for many years, however Ca C’est Bon will likely be his first skilled culinary enterprise. It is going to be the primary Cajun restaurant within the Bangor space.
“We’re very excited to introduce Louisiana delicacies to the area,” says Cousineau. “Good Gumbo is what I am most excited to introduce to the folks right here in Maine. Good Gumbo has a approach of transporting you again to New Orleans for those who’ve ever visited it.” .”
Along with gumbo, Cajun staples similar to jambalaya, shrimp etouffee, muffaletta, and crimson beans and rice will seem on the menu. Desserts embrace bread pudding with bourbon sauce and pecan praline.
Cousineau plans to open Ca C’est Bon on Sundays in Veazie from January 1 via Could. Presently, we’re saying a meals truck of the identical identify that will likely be open within the spring, summer time and fall at Bangor Waterfront. He reserves house in his Vezie for truck meal prep.
Changsu Kristopher Lee, proprietor of Korean Dad, stated he did not initially intend to rework the 1492 State St. house right into a type of small restaurant incubator, however he is excited in regards to the growth. Mi Causa was open from summer time via fall after which took a winter break. Additionally, Korea Dad nonetheless affords Korean takeout on Saturdays.
“I can not totally dedicate myself to eating places, so it is a new and thrilling approach for brand spanking new startup restaurateurs to start out small,” Lee stated. “That approach, you don’t need to spend some huge cash to start with.”
To spherical out the choices in Veezy’s kitchen, Lee hopes to seek out somebody keen to run a part-time breakfast, smoothie, or bakery enterprise on weekday mornings.
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