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Cajun Kitchen VenturaServing Breakfast and Lunch Cajun Kitchen, situated in the heart of downtown Ventura, at the corner of Palm and Main Streets, has quickly become one of the most popular breakfast and lunch spots. In 1984, Richard Jimenez Sr., a Santa Barbara native, took over the first Cajun Kitchen; he had no restaurant management experience, but was motivated by his vision to create a great atmosphere with delicious food for locals. Cajun Kitchen remains family-owned and operated, which we believe is the cornerstone to a happy and successful business.In 2007, the Jimenez family opened Cajun Kitchen in Ventura. Modeled after the Cajun Kitchen restaurants in Santa Barbara and Goleta (there are 3 of them), the Ventura location now has a personality all its own. While the menu selections remain deliciously consistent at all of our restaurants – Cajun and Mexican style dishes, coupled with our genuinely friendly customer service, the Ventura location still stands on its own. At Cajun Kitchen, we wholeheartedly believe it’s not only about the food, but the entire experience. So, enjoy beignets dusted with powdered sugar and then choose from selections such as huevos rancheros or a creole selection like jambalaya or grits and even treat yourself to one of our Bloody Mary’s. Then, on a full and happy stomach, venture about downtown Ventura. Within walking distance of Cajun, you will find the best little boutiques and vintage shops. It is our pleasure to be among such an amazing community as Ventura. Our staff welcomes you and looks forward to serving you deliciously prepared breakfast and lunch.


Cajun Kitchen, situated in the heart of downtown Ventura, at the corner of Palm and Main Streets, has quickly become one of the most popular breakfast and lunch spots. In 1984, Richard Jimenez Sr., a Santa Barbara native, took over the first Cajun Kitchen; he had no restaurant management experience, but was motivated by his vision to create a great atmosphere with delicious food for locals. Cajun Kitchen remains family-owned and operated, which we believe is the cornerstone to a happy and successful business.In 2007, the Jimenez family opened Cajun Kitchen in Ventura. Modeled after the Cajun Kitchen restaurants in Santa Barbara and Goleta (there are 3 of them), the Ventura location now has a personality all its own. While the menu selections remain deliciously consistent at all of our restaurants – Cajun and Mexican style dishes, coupled with our genuinely friendly customer service, the Ventura location still stands on its own. At Cajun Kitchen, we wholeheartedly believe it’s not only about the food, but the entire experience. So, enjoy beignets dusted with powdered sugar and then choose from selections such as huevos rancheros or a creole selection like jambalaya or grits and even treat yourself to one of our Bloody Mary’s. Then, on a full and happy stomach, venture about downtown Ventura. Within walking distance of Cajun, you will find the best little boutiques and vintage shops. It is our pleasure to be among such an amazing community as Ventura. Our staff welcomes you and looks forward to serving you deliciously prepared breakfast and lunch.


At Cajun Kitchen, we wholeheartedly believe it’s not only about the food, but the entire experience. So, enjoy beignets dusted with powdered sugar and then choose from selections such as huevos rancheros or a creole selection like jambalaya or grits and even treat yourself to one of our Bloody Mary’s. Then, on a full and happy stomach, venture about downtown Ventura. Within walking distance of Cajun, you will find the best little boutiques and vintage shops.


In 1984, Richard Jimenez Sr., a Santa Barbara native, took over the first Cajun Kitchen; he had no restaurant management experience, but was motivated by his vision to create a great atmosphere with delicious food for locals. Cajun Kitchen remains family-owned and operated, which we believe is the cornerstone to a happy and successful business.


We serve inspired comfort food to our loyal customers in Ventura, Santa Barbara, and Goleta. We love our local community. We live here right along side our regulars so we've worked hard over the last thirty years to create an eatery that we ourselves would like to frequent. We are set apart by our Cajun Specialties and rounded out by our Breakfast standards. We have something for everyone.


I have eaten at the Cajun Kitchen numerous times, and at all of their various locations, and it is always great. Cajun focused menu, just breakfast and lunch. Only suggestion is that they should stay open for dinner on Fat Tuesday.


Reviewed February 18, 2017 via mobile Always great food I have eaten at the Cajun Kitchen numerous times, and at all of their various locations, and it is always great. Cajun focused menu, just breakfast and lunch. Only suggestion is that they should stay open for dinner on Fat Tuesday.Thank VenturaCoTraveler


We are a family owned and operated diner specializing in breakfast and lunch with a “Cajun Flair.” Our goal is to provide quality food at the lowest price possible, giving our customers the best value possible. We use fresh ingredients to make breakfast and lunch classics such as eggs benedict, french toast, and chili burgers. We hand crack every large AA grade egg to go with our bacon, blackened catfish, or a Louisiana hot link. We can also spice up your day with Jambalaya or a blackened shrimp po boy. Open 7 days a week, our emphasis on quality and value is something we hope every customer can appreciate.