Asiatique is all about seafood, but its menu doesn’t stick to just one type of cuisine. The eatery specializes in both Cajun cooking and Japanese sushi. The combination seems to work for customers, who’ve been flocking to this new restaurant since it debuted a couple of months ago in Arlington.
If you want to try some of the Southern seafood, it’s a three-step process to customize your feast. Start by choosing the seafood to star in your meal, such as oysters, crab legs, shrimp, or the classic crawfish. You can also choose a combo of two. Then decide on a seasoning, like the Original Cajun, lemon pepper, or garlic butter, which all feature at least a hint of Old Bay. Finally, decide on a level of spiciness. The chef will whip up your meal to order. Craving sushi instead? Asiatique offers a large list of sushi and sashimi, classic maki rolls, and inventive signature rolls.