Heard about it through Tom Fitzmorris. Had the roast beef poboy for the first time and the others don't count after trying this. My eyes rolled to the back of my head after that first bite.
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Second visit. Great New Orleans poor boys cooked just right...fresh, flavorful and generous servings. Service is quick and first rate...servers very attentive. The onion rings were large and perfectly cooked. This is in an out of the way residential area...tourist couldn't find it anyway.
Rodostas menu speaks for itself, PO-BOYS are the focus along with a variety of comfort food items to please the entire family. A large selection of sandwiches will make decisions tough, but when they arrive at the table, pure heaven begins! Take- out is encouraged...More
Of course we're always on the hunt for the best po'boy in New Orleans but ever since the first time I had a roast beef po'boy at Radostas, this has been THE po'boy every other po'boy has to compete with. The roast beef and gravy...More
This is Mom & Pop operation that is on its fourth generation. We got the Don's Po-boy which is Italian sausage, homemade olive salad (Wonderful!) and provolone cheese. My hubby and I split the 10" po-boy and it was still a lot of food. We...More
First ever tasting of the legendary PO boys! Wasn't really that keen but not we're they good! Really light and airy bread with great portions of filling! I loved the grilled butter shrimp special & also the fried shrimp loaded (lettuce/tomato) , we shared a...More
I literally grew up eating this sandwich. I claim it to be the alpha and omega of fried shrimp poboys. Don't even think about bringing up some lame place in the quarter a thousand sweaty tourist wolf down Cycso style coconut butterfly shrimp. Radostas is...More
I am an Orleanian living away from the city, now. When in New Orleans there are two places I pilgrimage to every time regardless of season. The first is Cafe du Monde (I'll write a seperate review). The second is Radosta's. I love this place....More
This was my first time at Rodostas and I loved it! I had a roast beef po-boy that was just incredible. It was the "sliced roast beef" version as opposed to the "debris style" that I thought I was in love with. As an added...More