Staff very friendly and accommodating Late lunch and good , setting outside Fair prices and food quality good portion
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Great food and service! Everyone was so nice that worked here! We sat on the patio with our dog and they were very accommodating! Had the crawfish po’boy and onion rings! So good!
Love the food and atmosphere. The gumbo is outstanding as are the po boys. My wife had the fried shrimp and it was delicious.
Poor Boy Lloyd's is a downtown Baton Rouge institution featuring a wide variety of authentic Louisiana foods at very reasonable prices. Any time you walk into a restaurant displaying a hand-written menu board featuring alligator, boudin balls, crawfish, softshell crabs, catfish, rabbit, shrimp, and bread...More
The restaurant was recommended. I tried the alligator sausage po' boy. It was okay. Next time I would ask the server for a suggestion of what they like best. Not bad, but not great. Service was fine. A little crowded with the seating.
I have always seen this Baton Rouge staple, but went for the first time on St. Patrick's day. We ordered the fried pickles for an app, which were great! I ordered the seafood gumbo, which was just ok! The shrimp seemed like they were frozen...More
Great location downtown Baton Rouge. The poorboys were amazing, I had the special and my husband had the shrimp, both were excellent tasting. The staff were very friendly.
This is a little hole in the wall type of place, nothing fancy. Service was top notch. Friendly, welcoming greeting when we walked in. Our waitress was excellent. Separate checks for 4 couples wasn't a problem. The food was good too. Definitely recommend.
This was my first visit to Poor Boy Lloyd’s. I had the fried shrimp po-boy and fries. I thought it was pretty average. Everything was cooked properly but just didn’t have a lot of flavor. The service was great and there is definitely a sense...More
We happened upon this place while driving around downtown. There is a large parking lot next door which you have to pay to park. It was not crowded when we went for a late lunch. It is not a fancy place. You place your order...More