The biggest po boys in the state! We shared 3 things. The fried shrimp po boy was a good 9-10 inches and probably had about 25 tasty little shrimpers on it and the boudin po boy was the size of about two brats! Also had a fantastic toasted muffuletta. Other tables mostly ordered the daily special of chicken fried steak which was not on the menu and they were all commenting on how good it was. On fridays, they also have ettoufe and gumbo so I'll be back on a Friday! One of the owners, Michelle, was pulling a home made pecan pie out of the oven as we walked in. OMG! This is a new restaurant with new owners in an old location, out of the way. A local goldmine! They said they will be adding pizza and calzones etc when they get the equipment. Breakfast til 10:30 only I think and a small kids menu also. Doesn't look like much from the outside so DONT JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER!
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