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November 30th, 1999 12:00 am LIZ CRAIN | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2008


The menu at this new venture by the original owners of the Delta Cafe (4607 SE Woodstock Blvd., 771-3101) has most of the Cajun- and Creole-smacked Southern specialties you’d expect—like black-eyed pea fritters ($5), fried chicken ($12) and shrimp creole ($12). The food is Texas-sized, with big-bowl entrees—from a spicy, fresh jambalaya ($12) to a bit-too-buttery gumbo ($12)—large enough for two helpings. In other words, order starters cautiously at Miss Delta, but get at least one, because the fried okra ($5), with its fresh-not-frozen bite (it’s dipped in a delicious cornmeal batter with a good kick of black pepper), and the plump, breaded, pan-fried oysters ($10) are both too good to pass up. (LC)

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