Lunch was outstanding! The gumbo, home-made sausage and seafood poboys were as good as can be purchased anywhere.
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This restaurant was on the way to a plantation tour, so my dad and I decided to stop in for lunch. The restaurant is pretty basic: you come in and seat yourself and wait for a waitress. Even though there was no one here on...More
Do yourself a favor-stop here for a meal. The authentic local flavors were a treat after our visit to the nearby Laura Plantation. Housemade andouille, gumbo, fried oyster po boy and fried okra. What else could you ask for? Recommended.
Discovered this place a few years ago and have been back twice (only because it is a long way to go for lunch from California!). Great local food served by friendly local people. This is the real deal. Take note though that most everything on...More
We wanted to grab a quick bite before our visit to Laura Plantation. The choices of eating establishments in this area are sparse. Found Spuddy's with the assistance of my GPS and decided to give it a try, since the other choice was to stay...More
Sat for 20 minutes and not even a drink yet, with ni service coming any time soon in sight. Seemed like only one server and she doubled as a cashier. This is the second time I came here for slow to no service. I will...More
We had lunch here between plantation visits (Oak Alley and Laura Plantation), and location can't be beat. Since it's really the only place to eat in the area, it's lucky that the food was great. My husband and I both had a salad topped with...More