The gumbo here was excellent and authentic tasting, and the fried chicken was nice and juicy. The fried catfish did taste slighty gamey and was sliced a little too thick, but was okay. The cornbread dressing was okay and the mashed potatoes could have had a little more salt or butter to jazz it up. The homemade bread rolls were good, but the cornbread muffins lacked flavor. The macaroni and cheese were slightly bland, but the spaghetti was decent. The service, although polite, was very, very slow. No one came to refill our drinks, ever! I had to request to get more to drink after the check was paid for because I was sooooo thirsty. I had to keep requesting the bread rolls that I should have gotten at the beginning. I didn't get them until my peach cobbler dessert came out, which I kept having to ask for, too. The crust on the peach cobbler was okay (although it could have cooked longer to gain a better crusty flavor). The peaches in the cobbler seemed liked they came straight out of a can and had too much liquid and did not taste as if they were cooked.
Pros: Good gumbo, bread, and fried chicken
Cons: SLOW SERVICE, small side orders, leave smelling like food