About Krimsey's

From LA to L.A. - A 100% Woman-Owned Small Business

Founded by a Louisiana-native, "Krimsey's Cajun Kitchen" is a new take on traditional Cajun food, as our version is completely cholesterol-free. You don't have to ask what our best dishes are, because they're all the best! We keep our menu focused on classic Cajun dishes and delicious southern-inspired creations. Krimsey was born and raised in Baton Rouge, LA. She is a former Petroleum Engineer with a Cajun food obsession who currently lives in Los Angeles with her rescue pit/lab, Kona. Our good voodoo doll, “Nola,” is a playful reminder that good voodoo is something that create for ourselves and each other, and that it’s always more fun when shared!

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Our Core Values

Connection

Being fully present with each other, our guests, and our tasks. Deciding to set aside distractions and live with intention. Choosing to be mindful with our words and action to connect to the only thing that actually matters—the present moment.

Hospitality

Recognizing the humanity in others through one-on-one attention and empathetic service. Placing “people first” whether referring to our Krewe or our guests. Acknowledging emotion and make “feeling good” a priority for all. People will forget what we said and what we did, but they’ll never forget how we made them feel!

Transparency

Owning mistakes, voicing concerns and opinions, appreciating each other openly, and communicating directly—because we all deserve honesty. Providing transparency to our guests through ethically sourced quality products and practices.

Efficiency

Using our resources wisely, whether food products, time, energy, or thoughts. We choose to focus on serving our guests high-quality products in a timely manner doing the best we can with what we’ve got. Krimsey’s is committed to reducing our environmental impact. Not only through 100% plant-based meals, but also through our daily habits and practices in-store. View our full environmental policy here. We are proud to be certified as a Green Business through the LA Green Business Program to increase sustainability through our processes, purchases, and procedures!

 
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MEET THE KREWE

Our Krewe is comprised of some of the finest L.A. has to offer! Every day, they bring individual talents, unique perspectives, and exceptional skills to the table that make our place special. Meet some of our senior team members below! These “Well Seasoned” Krewe Members have been with us at least one year and serve as role models and leaders for the rest of the team.

earth-friendly

Krimsey’s is committed to reducing our environmental impact. Not only through 100% plant-based meals, but also through our daily habits and practices in-store. View our full environmental policy here. We are proud to be certified as a Green Business through the LA Green Business Program to increase sustainability through our processes, purchases, and procedures!

PRESS

Krimsey's Cajun Kitchen is the world's first completely vegan Cajun restaurant and it's located in North Hollywood. The menu has traditional Cajun food, but is completely cholesterol free! It has all of the Cajun flavors that everybody loves and expects in a Cajun meal, minus the meat and dairy.

“Meet Krimsey Ramsey of Krimsey’s Cajun Kitchen” by VoyageLA, May 2019

“Don’t be a Shithead” by Vegan Danielle, May 2019

"Three Badass Women Who Are Changing The Culinary World" by Rebecca Gibian, Real Clear Life, July 2018.

"Moby's Insider Guide to Vegan Los Angeles" by Ken Scrudato, BlackBook, March 2018

"Delicious vegetarian, vegan foods you didn't know you'd love" - by Eye on L.A., ABC7LA, Feb 2018

"Krimsey’s Cajun Kitchen: The Nation’s First Restaurant to Veganize Cajun Classics" - by Tanya Flink, Organic Authority, Sept 2017

"Damn Good Food" - by Troy Farmer, Mooshooes; July 2017

"The world's first Cajun vegan restaurant is here! And it's AMAZING!!!" video feature by Mercy for Animals; March 2017

"The Valley’s New Vegan Cajun Joint Proves There’s Something For Everyone in LA" - EaterLA; by Farley Elliott, February 2017

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