Review: C&A Seafood 

Ian McNulty on a seafood joint with multicultural potential

There's a category of restaurants around town that I've started calling "Viet Orleanian." Typically run by first- or second-generation Vietnamese immigrants, they specialize in bargain po-boys, seafood platters, gumbo and, usually, yakamein, the unglamorous soup known for its hangover-fighting abilities, which…

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