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Po' Boys?


Created in New Orleans and arguably the world's greatest sandwich. An oven-warm crusty baguette, stouter than its lanky French cousin, traditionally stuffed to bursting with either slow-cooked beef or fried seafood, 'dressed' with pickles, iceberg lettuce and tomato. 

We aim to capture the spirit, generosity and sheer deliciousness of NOLA's Po' Boys while putting our own (kind-of British) spin on them.

 

Po' Boys?


Created in New Orleans and arguably the world's greatest sandwich. An oven-warm crusty baguette, stouter than its lanky French cousin, traditionally stuffed to bursting with either slow-cooked beef or fried seafood, 'dressed' with pickles, iceberg lettuce and tomato. 

We aim to capture the spirit, generosity and sheer deliciousness of NOLA's Po' Boys while putting our own (kind-of British) spin on them.

 

This is no ersatz attempt to ape the Po’ Boys of NOLA, rather a jumping off point for serving the kind of sandwiches we want to eat: a regularly changing menu of fun, filling, carefully-calibrated flavour bombs.

Pickles, slaws, krauts, ferments, sauces and mayonnaise - all made in-house and from scratch. We are particularly proud of our fermented chilli sauce.

For us, sustainability, animal welfare and responsible sourcing are as important as quality. For that reason we work with only the very best suppliers: The Quality Chop House butcher for our rare breed beef, and Fosse Meadows Farm for what we believe to be the finest chicken in the country.

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A short note regarding our name:

New Orleans 1929: Tram workers are on strike amidst unfair contract negotiations with 1100 jobs at risk, provoking emotional displays of public support. The Martin Brothers, sandwich stall owners and former tram conductors themselves, pledge to look after them, concocting a large sandwich stuffed with beef scraps and gravy: "We fed those men free of charge until the strike ended. Whenever we saw one of them coming, one of us would say, "here comes another po' boy."" The name stuck, the sandwiches evolved. The name of the tram workers' union?

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Jan @ The Duke's HEad


Find us every day in January 2017 at The Duke's Head in Highgate 12:00-2200. Expect an expanded menu, next-level bar snacks, and po' boy specials galore.

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Jan @ The Duke's HEad


Find us every day in January 2017 at The Duke's Head in Highgate 12:00-2200. Expect an expanded menu, next-level bar snacks, and po' boy specials galore.

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Enquiries

Nick Bramham

07584 659561
division194@gmail.com

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