Location: Houston Food Park, 1504 St. Emanuel
Date: February 7, 2014
Two tacos, made with a flour tortilla toasted on the flat top. A catfish fillet and a sweat coleslaw make up the filling. The fillet was crispy and spiced nicely. I seemed to detect some sweet curry. The slaw is a sweet and slightly creamy. The dressing for the slaw was too runny though and made the bottom of the tacos soggy. Fresh pico-de-gallo is served on the side.
The fries are homemade, but don't stay crispy long. I'm a sucker for fresh fries and gobbled them up anyway. I never really trust food service fries. These are the real deal.
Synopsis: Fresh and made to order, just eat it quick while its at its best.