A 6 inch poboy sandwich made with large shrimps, fully dressed with lettuce, tomatoes,red onion and special sauce
Spicy smoked sausage with red,green bellpepper and onion sauteed all together with a sweet and tangy sauce served on a toasted 6 inch bun
Deep fried 3 cheese ravioli topped with a creole crawfish cheese sauce.
Good and savory carmel colored roux gumbo with chicken,sausage,shrimp and blue crab with a big taste of fresh seasonings..served over a scoop of white rice.
We use BASA instead of catfish.. We deep fry our fish in well seasoned batter served on a toasted bun fully dressed with lettuce,tomatoes and special Lousiana sauce
Our version of homemade dirty rice.
Creole style redbeans cooked like back home fresh seasonings cooked slowly until they come to a creamy consistency...served over a bed of with rice.
When hunger comes calling, there's really only one way to answer it. And that's with some authentic Southern Creole cuisine. Thankfully, San Antonio's being treated to Datz It Datz All, a food truck that offers up a menu of Creole specialties that is bigger and better than ever. What? You wouldn't expect anything less from a Texan food truck, would you?
Really, what you should be is expecting more, because that's just what you're getting at Datz It Datz All. Here, they've built a full-bodied menu built to satisfy, with a big selection of bigger portions to satisfy even the biggest appetites. Craving a po'boy? Datz It Datz All's got traditional shrimp and fried catfish varieties, but they're all about the reinvention of familiar forms, adding crawfish etouffee into the mix for some delicious bliss. They're cramming shrimp into tacos, offering savory baked beans as a side, and even frying up some alligator sausage for a Southern-style hot dog. If that's not enough to get your mouth watering, well, we don't know what will. So why wait? Datz It Datz All has it all. It's the namesake, after all.
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