This is a simple restaurant in a bad location in the back of a strip mall. Somehow people have found it. We had lunch at about 11:00 on Saturday. A few tables were seated. Thereafter a continuous stream of people filtered in until 12:15 when we left. The Restaurant is bare-bones other than a bayou mural on one wall; an LSU Jersey Wall, and a few Mardi Gras trinkets by the cash register. The menu is limited. Mostly poboys and gumbo. I had the catfish poboy with gumbo. Just terrific. My partner had the boudin balls with a remoulade. Really tasty. I asked for a taste of the etouffee, one of the best I've ever tried. The service staff could have used some training but were real accommodating and friendly. I wish they had a branch closer to my home!
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