pretty good oyster po boys w/ remoulade sauce, although a little on the dainty side, and doesn't come with any sides. good for a light fried lunch if that is even at all possible.
but their bread pudding w/ a toasted pecans and a white choc frangelico suace is tremendous, nice smooth quiver custard w/ french bread heated up and melding with the sauce, no raisins thankfully. a little on the sweet side and nice toasted pecans to top it all off.
i've tried their sloppy roast beef po boy the last time which isn't that great. tastes way too much like a salisbury steak what with the brown gravy and all. but maybe this is the way they serve them down south. or mabye not.
also, they don't seem to use the proper squishier bread for a po boys.
haven't tried the stew dishes yet like crawfish etouffee and the like, but can't wait to try the soft-shell crabs when they are in season.
oh, and a couple times ago i tried the creole cheesecake pecan pie which isn't have bad either. that being the second of only two desserts.
Bud's food shoppe.
2034 Kettner Blvd.
san diego, ca