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June 10, 2005
The menu had a great variety to choose from. I had trouble deciding among all of the great options. I convinced my friends to order different things so that I could sample them.
We ate popcorn crawfish for an appetizer. I recommend dipping it in some Tabasco or adding Tabasco to the sauce for a little kick. One friend ordered the jambalaya. It was excellent but could have had more sausage in it. The chicken was fried and on top of the dish rather than with pieces mixed in. Another friend ordered chicken fried steak. Since it lacked seasoning, we added salt, but it wasn't enough to overcome the blandness. I ordered the pulled pork sandwich. I was surprised that it was served with lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise right on the bread. It was quite tasty, but not what I'm used to. It came with fries that were perfectly cooked. Another friend ordered ribs. The meat was very tender and flavorful. It came with sweet potato fries that were so good, he refused to share. Entrées are about $10 to $20, depending on what you get. Appetizers are a bit less. A bread basket comes with the meal, which includes excellent cornbread muffins. Add butter and you're in for a treat.
For drinks, there is a full bar. I ordered the Hurricane, which is basically a rum punch. It was sweet and felt like a vacation.
I would recommend Delta Grill. It has a fun atmosphere, and they can seat groups.
From journal NYC
Fort Lee, New Jersey
March 13, 2005
From journal The Perfect NYC Weekend