Peter's Po-Boys is gone and has a for sale sign in front. My wife always love the soft shell crab po-boy which was the best around town.
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I have eaten their shrimp on-site and they are very good. The ratio of shrimp to bread is good, but if you like over stuffed po-boys, there are better places to get them. My favorite sandwich is their roast beef po-boy. I always ask for...More
If you love, love, love po-boys, like my husband and I do, you have to visit Peter's Po Boys. I always have the roast beef and it is messy and delicious, as you would expect a roast beef po-boy to be. My husband always has...More
This place is Asian/Cajun and this is typical in south Louisiana. After all Chinese were eating boiled crawfish before there even was a Louisiana. Chinese American food is very popular in Cajun Louisiana, but this is Mississippi. The poboy had the correct bread, poboy outside...More
Somehow I missed my chance to have an oyster po boy in New Orleans and was determined to find one on the drive home! As other reviewers noted the atmosphere and neighborhood are not the best but the food was fantastic. It was all very...More
Great shrimp ...great bread...This place will stuff a sandwich. Po- boy just like in New Orleans.. We order out at least once a week ...May not be comfortable to dine in, but worth going to get it for take out..It will still be warm within...More
I have read reviews on here, and I have heard people rave about this restaurant. I decided to try it since I was craving a shrimp poboy. I WAS NOT disappointed. The shrimp were sizable and falling off the poboy. The bread is New Orleans...More
Don't be scared off by the looks of this place. Wonderful Poboys & gumbo. Try the soft shelled crab Poboys if they are in season. Shrimp Poboys if they are not. Price is definitely right also.
Stopped in here based on reviews. Stopped at the Hattiesburg Zoo first! Great little zoo! The owner of the restaurant was very sweet and helped us with menu choices and we tried the gumbo and the shrimp poboys and the fried catfish and she substituted...More
We stopped a Peter's a few weeks ago en route to New Orleans. We purchased two shrimp po-boys (our first ever), and fried rice. The po-boys were enormous!! They were the single most delicious food we've ever eaten! The fried rice was equally delicious. The...More