I went with a group of 4 for Sunday brunch. I got the Bayou Breakfast which consisted of Andouille sausage over cheesy grits and fried catfish with crawfish hollandaise sauce over 2 eggs and I loved it. Another meals at the table was the black bean chili with the jalapeno corn cake (the beans were a little undercooked; and if you don't like spicy, the corn cake is not spicy). Finally, someone else got the French Toast with pear and onion which was surprisingly good.
The service was quick and the staff very friendly. The Black Sheep is very busy and has little seating so get there early or be prepared to wait.