We stopped in for lunch while exploring Old Town. The restaurant is a small place split up with a few tables spread across three floors and an eclectic mix of decorations.. We ate on the couches on the top level. My wife ordered the special which was jambalaya with a potato soup and fig and cheese dessert. The soup and dessert were both very good but the jambalaya was just average. I ordered the shrimp po boy which ended up being more bread than shrimp which was a little disappointing. It would have been good otherwise and the yucca chips were excellent. The owner wasn't in when we were there so that may have had something to do with it. We did get a chance to talk with his wife who was very nice. I'm glad we stopped in to give it a try as it was definitely an experience especially for how little our meals cost.
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