Docked a star for being incredibly overpriced, in my humble opinion. They are
obviously charging prices that tourists and those seeking NOLA institutions are
willing to pay. Maybe I have just only had poboys at really low brow places.
However, I found the staff to be friendly and the service to be quick. My catfish poboy was a large portion (I got a “small” which is essentially a normal sized poboy, a large is like a poboy and a half). The bread was fresh, the catfish was perfectly cooked and piping hot, and it was all drizzled in lots of hot sauce. YUM. I needed at least 10 napkins. Of course, I spilled food all over myself.
People call it dive-y, but honestly the appearance is not off putting for locals. I didn’t find it to be uncomfortable in any sense.
It’s definitely an experience that one should seek out at least once during their time in Nola, but I’m not sure I would go out of my way to grab a poboy from here when there are cheaper and just as good options that are closer to my house.
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title: “Top Chef” New Orleans Style
description: Bravo’s “Top Chef” kicks off season 11 tonight at 10/9c. This season is set in New Orleans, so to kick things off we wolfed down some po’ boys from Domilise,…