This Cajun restaurant/grocery store is a great place to grab a quick sandwich and beer in Chinatown. You should focus on the po’boys - they’re made to order and come out quickly, so the only thing standing between you and lunch is choosing from the 30+ options. We’ll make it easy: get the Oyster-Fish po’boy that comes with catfish and oysters.
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