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Now open: Crawfish Fusion in Palo Alto

Uploaded: Jan 22, 2016
Craving a pound of Louisiana crawfish? Get your fix in downtown Palo Alto (you heard me right) at the newly opened Crawfish Fusion.

Crawfish Fusion opened at 423 University Ave. on Jan. 9, according to an employee, replacing Cafe Taxim.

Much of the menu is seafood-driven, with everything from crawfish and crab legs to fried oysters, but many of the restaurant's Asian-fusion dishes are carnivore and vegetarian friendly (think garlic noodles, fried rice, Mongolian beef, sesame chicken, sauteed eggplant and tofu, etc.).

There are also Crawfish Fusion locations in San Francisco and San Mateo. The Palo Alto outpost is open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., per Yelp.

Have you eaten at the new Crawfish Fusion in Palo Alto? Leave your reactions below!
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