I suggest you call, and place your order. They only offer take out. If you do order there, the wait is about 20 minutes. I really enjoyed the Creole Shrimp, & Grits. Never had it like that before. It was different, but it was good. The Bayou Shimp Pasta is also a good choice.
I ordered chicken wings and baked salmon. My order was supposed to be ready at 5:08 and it wasn't ready until 5:38. After waiting 10 min after expected time, I went in to check on my order. The reason it was taking long was because someone forgot to put the salmon in the oven on time. One of the girls at the register found this amusing and laughed. I went back to my car and waited another 20 min until I got a text that my order was ready. I got a halfhearted apology, got my food, and went home. The salmon was bland, the chicken wings seem like they had been sitting the entire time in the container while the salmon cooked, as they were nearly room temp and not crispy. One of the chicken wings were old and inedible. The collard greens and sweet tea were the only items we got that were enjoyable. I don't think I'll be back. I don't think anyone cares how late my order was. And no one bothered to fry the wings so that they were fresh with the salmon. This is one of the few soul food spots around me and it's too bad I can't trust the quality anymore.
The food was just meh for us... definitely not worth the price we paid. The website says dine in is an option, it's not. If we had known that, we would have called our order in. The regulars knew this so although there were beef ribs on the line, they were reserved for the call in orders. The fried whiting was thin, the mac and cheese was made with processed cheese and my biscuit was overcooked. I don't eat pork but my daughter wasn't impressed with the greens. The fried wings were good. Others obviously like it but I won't be returning.
I ordered the salmon & grits and it was amazing! A very good portion size, will be at least 2 meals for me. My order was ready a full 10 mins before the quoted time. Will be back.
Pretty good southern comfort food at reasonable prices. I had the fried chicken wings with mac & cheese and the hoppin' John (I love black-eyed peas) with cast iron cornbread and it didn't disappoint. They offer the option to have the chicken fried hard which I declined and rightly so as they were fried perfectly. My wife had fried catfish (she wanted fried pork chops but they were sold out) with mac & cheese and cabbage and cast iron cornbread and she enjoyed it. Cabbage was okay but not spectacular. I also prefer my mac baked with a little brown to it which this was not. Cornbread was the consistency of pound cake which is good. We tried the sweet potato pie, peach cobbler and bread pudding. Sweet potato pie tasted like homemade just cooked a tad too dark for me but it had good flavor. The bread pudding was good but did have nuts inside which we don't prefer. The peach cobbler was great and I wish I had it with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream to make it perfect. Overall the food was good and I'll definitely return to try their other menu items.
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