The Lost Cajun - Littleton

5350 S Santa Fe Dr F, Littleton
(720) 535-8862

Recent Reviews

Chip B.

I have since eaten at the Lost Cajun many times over. What I have learned from my first experience, don't get your order to go if it's going to be something fried unless you take it home and put it in the fridge to eat later. Fried fish the next day is way better than pizza the next day from the fridge. All my previous visits have been exceptional and I will continue to go to the Lost Cajun and eat it there. The service has always been nice, though busy sometimes, the servers are very friendly and helpful. Bring on crawfish season!!!

Vanessa Hempton

Best. Cajun. Food!! Bisque, gumbo, catfish etc is wonderful! The bread served could be warmer or of better quality, but the bread isn't why one goes. Blackened catfish is SUPER yummy

Brent Tello

Ordered the red beans and rice and I wish I had two more hands because I would give them 4 thumbs down.. zero taste.. Tasted worse then anything from a can


Being from Louisiana real Cajun food is not a easy thing to claim.. but this place pulls it off. Don't expect frog legs or Crawfish .. but a good red beans and fried cat fish.. and great gumbo.. this is the place .. will definalty be back.

David Andrews

I've been to the French quarter in New Orleans. And the gumbo at this restaurant was better than the two I tried in New Orleans. There was so much shrimp. My catfish was very good as well.. The chef took care in plating the food nicely, it really stuck out to me. And makes me feel the chef takes care in all he does.

Ernestine Fishburn

My food was great! red fish and crawfish etouffee.

Linda Riggle

Have been to this location several times. The lobster bisque is so great! Creamy, rich flavor. If you get a cup, you'll wish you ordered a bowl. Wonderful appetizers. I'm always happy with the shrimp and crispy catfish.

Tim Sander

Food was great, service was fast, all in all a great little lunch or dinner spot. I love gumbo and the seafood gumbo had great flavor. The cat fish was very tender and the fry breading was flavorful. Try the gator bites! They're worth it.

William D.

Nola native, was craving some home food. The fried oysters were nice but the Étouffée tasted like brown gravy with tonys and cayenne pepper and the rice was mushy. I'm gonna recommend it but to the people not from New Orleans.

Dretsel Johnson

First of all I have to say Javier makes the place go. He is the Lost cabin at the Santa Fe location. We had the all you can eat catfish on Wednesday which we regularly go to! Things were going slow not quite up the par with food coming out slow waiting 20 minutes for another piece of fish just Mass confusion to the spin around that kind of deal. Javier pops in everything is solved immediately. Javier is a professional in the first degree he makes it right time and time again. The fish was well fried and seasoned and we were satisfied! You won't be disappointed especially if Javier is working.

Staci Nunn

Our first time here, had a variety of items! Service was good and friendly, they were out of Jambalaya but everything else we tried was pretty tasty!

Beth Machann

Great food! Jambalaya, Gumbo, etoufee, and the service is excellent!

Miatsu K.

We picked this spot for my birthday lunch as I am crazy about Cajun food. As we entered, the first thing I noticed was this place was was immaculately clean. That's a great sign during the times of covid. We were met by Javier, who seated us a d welcomed us. He was extremely pleasant and professional. When he learned we had never been there before, he brought us a very cool sample paddle with half a dozen of their specialities. It allowed us to taste various options and make an informed decision. I ended up ordering red beans and rice and a fish poboy sandwich. Both were absolutely amazing. When lunch over, Javier, having learned it was my birthday, brought me a bengiet that was amazing. The food here was really good but what made the visit was Javier and his extremely personable and outgoing personality. Thank you Javier for making my birthday lunch amazing.

Jojie Jordan

The tasters were so good for newbies...the hurricane drink awesome


I did considerable business in New Orleans and grew to love Cajun food. Crawfish Etouffee and seafood Po-Boys are among my favorite dishes. The Lost Cajun makes these actually better than almost all I've had in the Big Easy!

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