tripadvisorreviewGreat New Place to Eat in Breckenridge - Great gumbo and service. Would highly recommend for a nice lunch or dinner sitting outside by the Blue River. ~ BlackJack26 

yelpreviewThis place was delicious and the service was amazing! They give you samples of their gumbos so you know what you're getting before you order. The crawfish étouffée was perfect and had just the right amount of spice! I would definitely come back! ~ Nick J. - Independence, MO - Yelp 

yelpreviewBEST Cajun food I've ever had!!! Right when we walked in the owner offered us 5 different samples-- all of it was amazing!! Mom & Pops customer service! Great family owned restaurant. Oh, and a lot of awesome beer choices! Best cajun food I've ever had! ~ Janelle M. - Las Vegas, NV

tripadvisorreviewGreat Cajun Place in Colorado - Neat little restaurant in Frisco right on Main Street. Great food. Nice to see a cajun place in this part of the country. Small but neat place to eat lunch. ~ Ed J.  

yelpreviewFantastic, authentic Luzianna cuisine. The seafood gumbo, crawfish étouffée and red beans & rice are as good as any family recipe. Beignets and cafe ole are just like the French Market in New Orleans. Great stuff. ~ Chuck M. - Colorado Springs, CO

urbanspoon-likesitThe owners of The Lost Cajun (Raymond & Belinda Griffin), who are from Barataria, LA, serve up dishes that are not only authentic, but also as good as anything you will find in south Louisana. ~ Don L. 

urbanspoon-likesitMobile Review - Authentic Cajun food. Gumbo to go is awsome. Stop for beignets and coffee. You'll think you're in New Orleans. ~ Patrik M.

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The Lost Cajun Restaurant

Pep Restaurants, LLC

2025 South Broadway, Rochester, MN 55904

507-258-5192 |


Our Hours: 11:00am - 9:00pm - Every day (except Christmas Day)


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Another Lost Cajun!



Life has a way of putting people in the right place at the right time and in the case of Joe and Theresa, in June of 2013, they were wandering around the mountains in Frisco,Co. at the annual BBQ Feast and stumbled on to The Lost Cajun. As fate would have it, Joe had just been informed that he had been down sized, after 28 years with the same employer, it was over!


They saw an ad about The Lost Cajun and decided to give it a try and as fate would have it, I happened to be there that day, met Joe and Theresa and was immediately drawn to their warm, friendly personalities and sense of humor.I told them about our business and the franchise opportunities about to become available.


After experiencing our food, service and culture over the next few days, Joe and Theresa decided that they wanted to be "Lost Cajuns" too!


Now Rochester will have its very own Lost Cajun with all of the fun, food and service that we are known for! As we say in Louisiana," Laissez les bons temps rouler", Let the good time roll!!!!!!




Raymond Griffin

"The Lost Cajun"