The hush puppies had a rich not overly decadent flavor, with subtle hints of spice. The gravy provided a fine foil that perfectly complimented hush puppies. The “po boy” featured wonderfully soft roast beef with a sweet gravy, enclosed in a warm and French read. The fries were slight above qadequate, with a just over frozen flavor.
Outstanding service. The tasty take on food was buttressed with a deep top 40 mix, of upbeat r&b, rab, reggae and country. There was not wait, which was much better than the hour wait in the Bourbon Street touristy area of New Orleans.
The only issue was the constantly opened door.
The price was also reasonable.
3.75 Ninja Stars