Po' Boys with a Twist
dre @ George & Wellington: One of our friends had recommended us this place for Po' Boy sandwiches. A Po' Boy is simply the name of a type of submarine sandwich originated from Louisiana. It usually has beef or fried seafood.
This place is owned by two Portuguese brothers so some of the sandwich concoctions may have a Portuguese twist to them.
We tried their three top-selling sandwiches.
The Pulled Pork and Beanasaurus - Southern slow smoked pulled pork, kettle cooked baked beans, creamy slaw and fried mac and cheese bites. I don't remember too much about this one. The fried mac and cheese bites stood out to me, but they weren't overpowering. I liked how it was crunchy though.
The Beefeater - Southern slow smoked brisket, deep fried okra-shrimp crunch, collard greens, served with Creole mustard. I liked this sandwich because of the okra. The mustard made it a little on the sour side, but the beef was really tender and tasty.
Turkey and Waffles - Fried turkey medallions and gravy, sweet thai dipped waffles topped with calamari and red peppers. This one was my favourite sandwich. I liked the sweetness of the waffles embedded in the sandwich. The calamari in the sandwich was a nice surprise too.
We really enjoyed this place and have come back here already!
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