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Tuesday, 15 December 2009



I LOVE this place. The head cheese Bahn Mi is the stuff of dreams.

I offered to sleep on a cot and make cocktails if they'd let me stay.






Mmmm, tasso mac & cheese... lamb confit sandwich... drool. Thanks for bringing back memories, and sending me into my kitchen tonight looking for some semblance of cured meat.


OMG THIS LOOKS AMAZING. Thanks for making me crave cured meats at 8AM!!!

Boots in the Oven

Thanks, all! Bill, I want that banh mi... dammit. Stupid geography.

Crystal, I think I always have a low-level cured meat craving....

Thanks, Nicole!

terry woodroffe

My sister from the http://www.BohemianArmadillo.com brought over some of their duck confit and duck pastrami for Christmas and every. single. bite. was a ridiculous mouth explosion of awesome.

Boots in the Oven

Nice - now that's a sister worth keeping!


We live nearby and would gladly swap you this fake "Cajun" place for one good Threadgills, Jeffrey's, Salt Lick, or, even a (gasp) County Line.

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