My folks have been buying soul food dinners from the owners going back to when they had their old place. The ox tails are a favorite and my mom loves really loves their chitterlings with corn and oka and candied yams for her sides. The last time I got their smothered chicken with rice and gravy to go. I had the collard greens and yams on my order. The portions were huge and everything was seasoned well. They have a good menu and I would say their prices are cheaper that most soul food restaurants in the area. Definitely check them out.
We have a small store front that had been used as storage for several years and needed to be cleaned out. After scanning the reviews I decided to contact Hauling LA and I was pleased with the outcome. I spoke with Israel and explained what we needed. Israel was polite, informative and professional. He quoted me a reasonable price and the next day when he and his crew showed up they cleared out unit quickly and swept afterwards. These guys know customer service and are honest workers. No bait and switch when it comes to prices. I don't write many reviews but when you find an honest company with good prices you want to let others know.
They have a booth at the Carson Farmers Market which is held every Thursday. This was my first time trying their food and Salvadorian food in general. Simply delicious! I had the chicken and cheese pupusa which had extra goodies in it. The $3 plate also came with a little guacamole, curtido which is a slaw with red chilies and vinegar, sour cream and a nice salsa. Definitely ask for more salsa on your plate. Small plate but it filled me up and it was a reasonable price. Also ask for a grilled chili, you won't regret it.
I'm going to stop by their restaurant this Saturday because I enjoyed their food so much.
I did have a chance to visit this restaurant and I will have to say I did enjoy the food. However, it turns out the owners of this establishment purchased the business a year ago from the folks whose booth I visited at the farmers market.
If you go out to the Carson Farmers Market you will see a booth with a blue and white banner entitled Pupasas Yeni. Both businesses offer up good food but between the two I have to go with the original owners who sell at the farmers market.
In any case, Salvadorian food is delicious. Please try out both of them. The Carson Farmers Market is held every Thursday at the Carson Mall.
Simply delicious. We have gone to Taj Mahal twice now and it is officially our favorite Indian Restaurant in the Metairie/New Orleans area. We enjoyed the Rogan Josh (Lamb Curry) and Saag Paneer. We ordered it to go and also requested some Mint Chutney and Raita Yogurt. We emphasized we wanted both dishes very,very spicy and we were not disappointed. They added just the right amount of heat to compliment the wonderfully full favored authentic dishes. They have an extensive menu and we plan to come back and dine at the restaurant which is small and intimate.
My daughter and I love Pakistani and Indian food and with so few places in New Orleans we were looking forward to trying this place. Unfortunately we were both very disappointed. The atmosphere is nice, so was the young man who served us. That was not the problem. The food was bland and the portions were small especially given the prices.