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Fried rice with eggs and Spam at Sister’s

In Dorchester, a Viet-Cajun treat.

Dina Rudick/Globe file

The scene at Sister’s Crawfish could easily be a crawfish boil in Cajun country — until you notice the spring rolls, fried rice, and coconut drinks. The 40-seat spot claims to be the first to bring the growing Viet-Cajun food craze to Boston: Cajun cooking and crawfish served with a Vietnamese twist. The house fried rice, made with finely chopped Spam, is a mouth-soothing side.   — Denise Taylor

SISTER’S CRAWFISH 272 Adams Street, Dorchester, 617-265-1100, brotherscrawfish.com

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