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Posted by Lyndsay Allen on 12/31/2014
The chicken biscuit tastes like my southern grandma's, melt in your mouth goodness! I've had almost every item on the menu and they are all fantastic. It's cheap, great calm atmosphere, and the food is great. What more can you ask for?
Posted by Foodie on 06/10/2012
Ok this place is on the outskirts of chinatown. Typically chinatown is a great place to get some cheap eats. The price this place charges for one of their sandwiches does not qualify as cheap eats. You can go into chinatown and order something great for the same price as one of the sandwiches here. They quality of the sandwiches here are not bad but not great to make a trek here. There are some midtown delis that make the same quality sandwiches here but you get a soda and a bag of chips for a dollar more. To sum up this shop should not be under the cheap eats section of menu pages.
Posted by Judy Rifka on 02/12/2012
I wandered in here looking for coffee... That was so good I came back the next day for breakfast ... Home baked bun with delicious non greasy lox omelette sent me into ecstasy. Verry casual un-decor..It's the food that counts. Very nice people work here.
Posted by anonymous on 01/02/2012
I'm a big fan - really decilious food, great service and charming decor....and all at a great value! I'm looking forward to going back again very soon.
Posted by Brewster on 12/03/2011
Everything I ate was fantastic. I can't wait to go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/27/2011
Wow, me and the fiancee had a nice Sunday Brunch here and wow, great times indeed. The Po Boy's are feeling and tasty, I tried the chicken and she got a half-half oyster/shrimp. And the Beignets? We were fighting over. Fresh, hot, unbelievable. Take a sunday trip here or late night snack, highly recommend.
Posted by samwitch on 07/07/2010
This place is a real LES gem and has some of the tastiest sandwiches in the neighborhood at a great value. Not only are the shrimp, oyster and half and half po'boys on the proper bread, the bread is actually brought in from New Orleans. The atmosphere is lively. The service is top notch. The beef sandwich is to die for, as well as the chicken on a biscuit.