In south Louisiana, the Piccadilly is a family tradition. You went there as a child, your parents went there, and so did their parents. The food is average, never stellar, though there are a few good items (carrot soufflé and crawfish etouffee among them). The real selling points with the Picc are its familiarity and its prices.
The familiarity comes from almost all menu items being the same from one location to another. And of course the older locations like Delmont Village and Westmoreland bring back childhood memories. The Denham Springs Picc is fairly new, and although they serve many of the same items as other Piccadilly restaurants, they don't have the same wide selection and the quality is just not the same. Example: I've had the Denham Picc's carrot soufflé twice and it was dried and crusty. I had the Delmont Village Picc's carrot soufflé a few weeks ago and it was moist and light and it just tasted like a completely different dish.
So much for the familiarity.
And lately, the price isn't much of a selling point, either. Of course this isn't something that's specific to this particular location, ALL Piccadillys have upped their prices over the last few years. For a full meal -- salad, entrée, two veggies, a bread, dessert, and drink, you're looking at around $8 or $9. I'm sorry, but the quality of the food doesn't justify that price.
They do offer 99c kid plates on Saturdays, and all you can eat seafood buffets on Fridays and Saturdays, but I don't think I could eat enough to justify the price.
My advice: Don't pick this Picc, there are much better values for the price in Denham Springs, and if you're looking for the old Picc we remember from way back when, hit the Delmont Village or Westmoreland locations (but go at lunchtime as those areas aren't safe after dark anymore).
p.s. If you're reading this, DS Picc management, fire your table staff. They're inattentive and unfriendly.