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    Owner, 2010 - present
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I'm an ex-U.S. Navy Special Operations, Diving and Search & Rescue officer; a prodigal son; a business owner; and all around "okay" guy doing my best as I make my way on this wild and crazy journey called Life.  I'm no more than what I seem to be and no less than what I appear to be.
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    Political Science, 1991 - 1995
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A friend of mine told me about this place a few weeks ago, so I decided to give them a shot today. I'm glad I did! I ordered the roast pork, but it wasn't ready yet (Claudia, the waitress, said it would be at least a 45 min. wait), so I had the Caribbean brisket instead. I don't know if it was the rum marinade or the Jamaican herbs and spices, but whatever they did to it, it was good! All the entrees are served with rice and peas, steamed cabbage and plantains. And everything was delicious! The only real "drawback" is their location. They're in a small place, and from the looks of the outside, you may have second thoughts about going in. But trust me... don't let that dissuade you. The inside is surprisingly clean, and the atmosphere is really friendly. I'll definitely go back to this place!! Oh yeah... Claudia is a real sweetheart. So if you go there, be sure to tip her nicely. ;)
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I was quite disappointed with the shrimp poboy I ordered. To begin with, they use popcorn shrimp instead of medium or large sized shrimp. Now, in all fairness to the restaurant, their menu clearly states that the sandwich is made with popcorn shrimp. Nonetheless, a shrimp poboy is what I wanted, so that's what I ordered. The shrimp were seasoned tastily enough, but they reminded me of those little 6oz. bags of tiny frozen shrimp that you can get at HEB. The lettuce and tomatoes were fresh, however, the bread was way too thick and way too dry. In fact, it's not an exaggeration to say it was stale. All in all, it definitely was not worth the six and a half bucks I paid for it. The fries, on the other hand, were good. Nothing to write home about... but good. I opted for the regular fries instead of the cajun ones. They were plentiful and lightly salted. The friendliness and prompt service I received from my waitress, Lala, is the saving grace here. Were it not for her, her recommendation to try one their Vietnamese entrees and the cleanliness of the establishment, I doubt if I'd be willing to give them another shot. So... we'll see what happens.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
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