Chef Mike Clampitt’s long-awaited Creole/Cajun-mobile is rollin’, bringing Po’Boys Creole & Fresh Catch vittles to the Cape Region. DO NOT MISS the gumbo! It’s just as good as it is at the Milton mothership on Rt. 16. Read more about the Milton location by clicking here.
The mobile menu is abbreviated, and is fairly Po’Boy-centric. That is NOT a bad thing! Po’Boy sandwiches on the truck include oyster, shrimp and crawfish varieties. Hot, freshly fried on a fresh roll. Mike is also featuring his muffuletta on the truck. Don’t know what that is? Imagine cool, flavorful and thinly-sliced meats & cheeses on crusty french bread topped with a finely chopped tapenade of olive, capers and other secret ingredients (though Mike did reveal those ingredients in “The Milton Mafia” radio show (link below) aired last June on Sip & Bite with the Rehoboth Foodie). Though the muffuletta is missing the crusty-on-the-outside, dense & yeasty-on-the-inside french boule that is de rigueur on Market St. in New Orleans, the rolls at Po’Boys are always fresh and tasty.
The menu includes Mike’s renowned fried brussels sprouts, and of course, freshly made biegnets. What’s a biegnet, you might ask? When doughnuts are served in heaven, these are them. ‘Nuff said. (Wear your Po’Boys T-shirt or hat when you visit the restaurant or the truck and get an order for free!)
Prices are very fair, with Po’Boy sandwiches and Muffulettas between $9 and $11. The sprouts are $3 and that glorious gumbo is only $6. A bargain at twice the price, trust me. Heck, buy two – one for dessert. An order of warm and puffy biegnets is $1.50.
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Pass the cornbread, please….