Known as the Hottest Little Joint in Town, Chester's, a small bar/restaurant located in a suburban plaza, won the People's Choice Award and the Best ... More
Chester's Cajun Grill
Known as the Hottest Little Joint in Town, Chester's, a small bar/restaurant located in a suburban plaza, won the People's Choice Award and the Best Seafood Dish in the 2010 Taste of Buffalo . Enjoy New Orleans-style cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. Menu selections include items like Cajun boiled crawfish, fried catfish fingers, and Chester's famous drunken bourbon chicken wings. They also serve gumbo and seafood jambalaya. Of course, they serve blackened dishes along with an authentic New Orleans style muffuletta sandwich. Save room for the fried ice cream sundae or a chocolate chip cannoli . - Christine A. Smyczynski
I just have to start off by saying BEST MENU EVER!!!! I went into chesters for lunch on a friday and was greeted by a friendly face, we took our seats opened the menu, and was blown away. Ive never seen a menu so big! I was a bit overwelmed,didnt know what to choose, but the server was quick to talk us through the menu and help us make a choice. I also have to say that our server was so nice. We never had to ask for anything, because before we could, she was already on top of everything! Thanks for the great food and service! Cant wait to come back!
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