Based on trip advisor reviews, we stopped for a late lunch. No waiting today; there were two other parties seated when we arrived. The bowl of gumbo was huge and tasty and hot. My husband had the fisherman's platter of Fiedler seafood...it was hot and dropsy, but a bit too salty in my opinion. I went with Salmon Duvall which was tasty, creamy and a bit spicy. The portions are generous and we both left with "doggy bags". Maria was attentive and told us she soon will be consolidating her locations, so check out Maria's Smokehouse.
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