The toasted and buttered french roll was almost correct.
The catfish was perfectly fried and coalesced into a perfect taste sensation when doused with the buttery house hot sauce composed of some secret spices (To me it tasted like Red Rooster hot sauce given a boost with melted, drawn butter). And there was a perfect crunch to the breading on the catfish filets served up in ample portions.
Now it's easy to be a fan except for my waistline. These sandwiches are quite hefty weighing out at least half a pound. (Previously I tried the oyster po boy which was pedestrian at best). But I guess something was surely in the air recently.
The counter girl is quite friendly too.