Popeyes Celebrates Seafood Mardi Gras

The season of Lent is approaching and seafood will be featured at most fast food restaurants.  Popeyes is celebrating Seafood Mardi Gras by featuring its selection of seafood offerings.  As far as seafood goes, we’ve reviewed Zatarain’s Butterfly Shrimp, the original Butterfly Shrimp, the Fried Catfish, and Crawfish.  Below you’ll find what’s currently being featured.  All seafood items available as a combo which includes a Signature Side, a biscuit and drink.

Popeyes Seafood Mardi Gras

  • Popcorn Shrimp: Tender, crispy shrimp seasoned in Louisiana herbs and spices then served up crispy in our unique Southern style breading. Pair it with a Signature Side and a hot buttery biscuit.
  • Seafood Po’Boy: Your choice of our zesty, mouth-watering popcorn shrimp or premium whole-fillet fish on a French baguette, with lettuce, pickles, and tartar Sauce.
  • Cajun Fish: Tender, premium whole-fillet whitefish seasoned in our own savory blend of Louisiana spices then served up crispy in our Southern-style crumb breading. At participating locations only.
  • Butterfly Shrimp: Premium Butterfly Shrimp, marinated in authentic Louisiana seasonings, breaded in a crispy crust. At participating locations only.

3 comments on “Popeyes Celebrates Seafood Mardi Gras

  1. Cathoholic says:

    BTW, Yoshinoya is promoting a grilled tilapia plate.

  2. Stephen K. says:

    The batter of the cajun fish makes it taste more like chicken fingers than their chicken fingers taste. Almost. Standard greasy Popeyes fare, but a tasty kind of greasy.

  3. cs says:

    I had the cajun fish. The batter kind of ruined it for me. The fish was good and the tartar sauce was awesome (even though I had to buy another sauce) but the batter was just too salty maybe. It wasn’t anything like what I was expecting being “cajun” and all. The shrimp is excellent though. The absolute best thing is zatarains shrimp which they currently don’t have. I will continue going to popeyes for anything other than cajun fish.

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