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Sounds pretty grandiose, right? All restaurants strive to make wonderful food, but most leave that intention in the mission statement. Not C’est Si Bon. This Del City and Midwest City favorite (soon expanding to Edmond) slaps it right up on the sign.

C’est Si Bon. Literally “It is so good” in French.

Chef and owner Ken Mills wasn’t bragging when he named his Cajun restaurant. He was just telling the truth.... [Read More at I Ate Oklahoma


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Discover the delectable Cajun flavors and foods at C’est Si Bon in Midwest City. Chef Ken Mills says he brings all the distinctive New Orleans flavors to his cooking, plus some unique twists of his own! From red beans and rice, po-boy sandwiches, fried catfish and chicken to oysters, Chef Mills’ passion for Cajun cooking can be seen in every serving.

 

 

Best Cajun Food

C'est Si Bon

101 N. Douglas Blvd., Midwest City

In a hotly contested category that everybody forgot to put in the paper for some reason, C'est Si Bon must fight it out against other Cajun luminaries like Bighead's in Edmond, The Shack Seafood & Oyster Bar, Hillbilly Po-Boys & Oyster, Jazmo'z Bourbon St. Cafe, Crabtown and the powerhouse buffet at Cajun King. The people cry out for justice and also gumbo. Probably they would settle for gumbo. Maybe some crawfish étouffée ... and some catfish.

-Gazzette Publisher Bill Bleakley

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