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Bayou Bros Food Truck Type Food Truck

Jambalaya had large chunks of white meat chicken, some sausage, and decent/good flavor. Large quantity that will fill you up.

Sep 21, 2012 by Steve
What Did You Order?: Jambalaya 

Jambalaya had large chunks of white meat chicken, some sausage, and decent/good flavor. Large quantity that will fill you up.


Your po-boy was so much better than the one offered by DC Coast. So much more flavor and meatiness! And I prefer the dirty rice side (over french fri

Jul 31, 2012 by Diana
What Did You Order?: Soft-shell crab po-boy 

Your po-boy was so much better than the one offered by DC Coast. So much more flavor and meatiness! And I prefer the dirty rice side (over french fries). It was a great meal! Only downside is the gratuity solicitation if you pay with credit card. Prefer you stick with passive tip cup or offer fill-in-the-blank tip on our own.


4.5 5.0 2 2 Jambalaya had large chunks of white meat chicken, some sausage, and decent/good flavor. Large quantity that will fill you up. Bayou Bros Food Truck

The Bayou Bros Cafe’ to Geaux will be serving up Louisiana cuisine in March/April 2012!

They’re just two guys who grew up together in Cajun country trying to bring the taste they know and love to the streets of D.C. and Northern Virginia. With the help of one of their leading ladies, their mobile service will hit the street and aims to provide Cajun delicacies to all those who love Louisiana cuisine. For those unfortunate enough to have never made it down south to discover what New Orleans has to offer, they believe that with one bite, you’ll join the rest of those who can’t get enough of this amazing culture.

The truck retired in Sept/Oct 2012, though one of the owners can now be found working on another DC food truck, perhaps serving alligator empanadas? ;)

Menu kindly provided by Rancho Unicorno on Twitter!

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Updated: 10/31/2014