Nearly anything you eat at Uncle O's is delicious. In fact, I really haven't found anything I didn't like so far. The roast beef poboys have nice, thick slabs of meat and yummy brown gravy. The bread was delicious and not tough at all. His crawfish and corn soup is fantastic but do not eat it if you don't want a warm tummy that makes you sleepy! He does a nice Sensation salad dressing that's the favorite of many in my office. My fav dishes there are the gumbos and his fried catfish. They just might be the best in the city. Uncle O's used to be a restaurant but the owner closed that and opened a smaller place across the road from his old location. He's still getting everything together over there and the seating is limited as the new place is really more take-out. But the owner is a very nice gentleman who cares very deeply about his customer's satisfaction and that's one of the things that keeps me coming back.
Look if you don't like the place or food just change your location , go to McDonald's with your complaining , for something 3 - 5 star's Restaurant these thing's will be just Zipp it up , be happy people's enjoy wherever you go with your family or yourself . Don't sow that bad seed , bcuz your children's will mimic your attitudes , every business have flaws , don't even we all do2 , So Praise the Lord that yu got some where 2 go N , count it a blessing : PS , Give a great $$Tip b4 yu get serve , make that person excited , your entree will taste better , and that person will wait on yu with joy N , love , try it , just do something Xtra my friend , Amen !
Went to eat there recently, wasn't all that impressed. It may have been the place to go in it's heyday, but that was a long time ago. Apparently they decided to rest on their laurels and reputation instead of keeping up with the times and competition. Our seafood on this day was overcooked, too salty, and the waiter had an attitude as if waiting tables was beneath him. I understand an LSU student trying to make a few extra bucks might not like the job, but the school of hard knocks is going to give him a few lessons of it's own one day.