Not bad but there are better Po boys in the area. I know it’s super popular and by no means is it bad. Just had better
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I went to R O at the recommendation of a friend. We did not enjoy the food, they were out of the wines on the menu, food was below average. However, I'm told that they are m own for their roast beef sandwiches.
I was honestly surprised that the food is so delicious here. It seems like a simple little place but it is packed with people. At least it was when I went. The food is incredible. I had the eggplant parmesan and looked forward to my...More
Arrived 1130 Sunday , got busy quickly. Local crowd. Great Service. Had the gravy Fries between us as a starter and a beef Poboy (good but a little salty) , a soft shell crab poboy (*later) and the Italian Poboy. Most of the locals doing...More
R&O is pretty legendary among the old NOLA crowd, yet I had never been. When my dad told me he was taking me here for lunch, of course I read over some reviews to get an idea of what I should get. Okay, so I'll...More
I am from Michigan visiting so this was my first visit. I had the meatball sub. Thought it humorous that they asked me if I wanted it dressed. Seriously? Who puts lettuce tomato and mayo on a meatball sandwich. Ha. Ha. I guess this is...More
Dinner out for the family and the choice was R & O's. We ordered a selection of Po Boys (fried shrimp and roast beef), fish plate, shrimp plate and sides of fried onion rings. The shrimp were nice and large and cooked to perfection. The...More