By first appearance the outside of the establishment was unkempt; in serious need of landscaping service. This made me unenthusiastic about the place. Once inside I could see that this was an old-school joint as the host was an older male and his conversation buddy was even older.
The menu is local south Louisiana fare. We had the catfish platters and oyster po-boy. The catfish filets were huge and the food came out piping hot. I like that. The catfish platter comes with jambalaya, fries, and french bread. The jambalaya had tomatoes in it. It was tasty but I am not a fan of tomato based jambalaya. The fries were fresh cut, hot, and delicious. The bread was fresh and I enjoyed it. The oyster po-boy was on fresh french bread and the oysters were seasoned and fried well. You have to order it dressed if thats how you prefer your po-boy.
The restroom facilities were not up to par. It had been updated at some point, but the remnants of the 1970's were still very prominent.
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