This place is the business. Had the Cochon De Lait po boy and the brisket mac and cheese. Holy cow. Definitely worth the drive! Their bbq sauce should be bottled.
Had the Cochon de Lait po Boy at their 'love at first bite' tent at French Quarter Fest. It was hands down one of the best - if not the best - pulled pork sandwiches I've ever had in my entire fantastic life. I say...More
When you're a local as I am. You don't have to wait for the festivals to get great food. Walker's is a must have at Jazz Fest. But they have a small location hidden away in New Orleans. They are only open occasionally here. They...More
This is about 8 miles from downtown, and only open for lunch Wednesday through Sunday. But the Cochon de Lait Po'Boy, dressed with coleslaw, is one of the best meals I've ever eaten. The lady at the next table was back home on a visit...More
This BBQ joint has been going to Nola festivals for a long time and for a good reason... Cochon de lait poboys! Shredded very tender pork over coleslaw in poboy bread. It is slap ya mama good! They have a catering service for all the...More
This place usually has a food booth at jazz fest, french quarter fest and wooden boat fest to name a few. The cochon de lait poboy is incredible. Smoked pulled pork placed in the bread on top of coleslaw and then add BBQ sauce to...More
the pork is devine....they do JAZZfest !!
While most Southerners wouldn't call this BBQ, it's still great. This is "cochon de lait" (the pulled pork sandwich) that is sold at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, made by the exact same outfit. Except, here it's a larger sandwich and cheaper. And...More