Customers really do say it all!

We are so blessed by the people who visit our little Cajun heaven in the heart of Billings, Montana. We cannot thank each and everyone of you enough for your love, support, and patronage. Here’s a little excerpt from a blog post written by ValBradshaw, a guest we had the privilege of serving during his travels.

I’m on a 5-day road trip to Las Vegas. That means stopping into restaurants unique to their city. One such restaurant is Cajun Phatty’s in Billings, Montana.When I saw the sign advertising Louisiana Specialty Foods, I wasn’t sure if it was a restaurant or a specialty food store, but had my fingers crossed it was a restaurant. Sure enough, I was soon chowing down on some really amazing food. I had one of the House Specialties: Shrimp and Grits. Shrimp with Andouille Sausage in a rich New Orleans sauce on top of cheesy Southern Grits. Price was very reasonable – $14.50. The portion was generous with the majority of the bowl filled with delicious cheesy grits and topped with generous servings of both the done-to-perfection shrimp & the Andouille sausage. I added take-out Red Beans and Rice for a mere $3 to serve as my lunch on the road Saturday. The service was amazing. The crisp, green salad showed up within minutes, followed not long after by the entree. Throughout the meal, the server made sure everything was going good by visiting my table regularly … it was as much a nice social visit as a was a sustenance visit!

You can read the full blog post here.

2018 Cash and Prizes Giveaway! September 24th through November 12th!

We love our giveaways!

Starting today Monday September 24th through November 12th!

How this works: For every $10 you spend you get a ticket into the drawing for prizes listed below!

Every Monday, 5 Names will be drawn and those names will go into cash pot.

Every Monday, more names will also be pulled for free meals, t-shirts, hats, and other great products!

Keep an eye out for double ticket days and other promotions.

On November 5th, at 5pm, The Big Winners will be announced.


1st Place: $750 Cold Hard Cash and a Cajun Phatty's Gift Basket

2nd Place: Holiday Meal Package for 12 people and a Cajun Phatty's Gift Basket

3rd Place: $100 in Cajun Phatty's Gift Cards and a Cajun Phatty's Gift Basket

Where ya eating today?

We're Hiring!


We are looking for experienced cooks and a hostess. Join our fast paced fun loving team! This restaurant is unique and will introduce you to many different kinds of food. If you're ready to work hard, then Cajun Phatty's is the place for you.

Hostess starting wage is $10 per hour. Cook starting wage depends on experience.  Please stop by and get an application. In person applications only. 
Stop by 2564 King Ave West
Any questions? Call us at 406-281-2820.
Morgan DittoNews, Employment
JUNE 4th is "Pay what you can Afford-ward"

11am to 8pm at our not so new location on King Ave West!

***Please Share with everyone you know***

This is such and awesome, feel good day! Last month we were busy, but should have been busier. So tell everyone. We bring in enough food to feed about 500 people. So come in and enjoy lunch or dinner, dine in or take out. There are no prices on the menu so pay what you can afford, if you can afford more, pay it forward. And to our beloved veterans please come in and enjoy a FREE meal.

CP in the News: Diners, food truck owners work together to help out Montana residents affected by fires

"At least two food truck owners had personal reasons for giving their product away Sunday in an effort to raise money for Garfield County residents affected by the Lodgepole Complex fire.

Ashley Robichaux, owner of Cajun Phatty’s, is from New Iberia, Louisiana. “We know a thing or two about rebuilding” following devastating hurricanes, she said as her crew prepared fried shrimp, french fries and pork and sausage jambalaya for the large and community-minded crowd.

“We are all too familiar with hurricanes,” she said. 'We’ve built and rebuilt. We’ll take any opportunity to help the community we can.'"

 Read the full Billings Gazette article here.