November 30th, 1999 12:00 am KAT MERCK | Food Reviews & Stories


The Cajun/Creole specialities at this shack (literally--note the tin roof and "quaint" hand-lettered wooden signage) are served in red-and-white-checkered paper trays that sag under the weight of their contents.  We recommend the spicy jambalaya with chunks of dark-meat chicken and andouille, topped with green onions and a wee cornbread muffin; a single serving could easily serve two for lunch. There's even a vegan version--of dubious authenticity, but on offer nonetheless--made with corn and root vegetables. Be sure to check out the upcoming expanded menus, which is reported to include friend chicken.

Best Bite: Chicken and sausage jambalaya, $6.50.

Cheapest Bite: Fried crawfish pie, $3.50.

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