Each dish at Yats is also served with two pieces of their French bread, and it could easily be a just a throwaway side item. Not here. Each piece is perfectly crunchy and crusty on the outside and soft inside. Also, each piece is slathered with a magical spread that makes it extra special. Next time I go I will take them up on their offer of paying 50 cents for extra bread. I suggest you do the same.
A couple more notes FYIs you might want to have before making the trek to the restaurant: 1. You want to make sure you get there early enough to make sure they aren't out of your favorite dish. At Yats when their out of something it comes off the menu period. 2. The menu varies from day to day to some degree. The etoufee is one of their best sellers so that is one of the mainstays, but the other 5 or 6 items on the menu tend to rotate. You can check their website for the daily menu before you head out. 3. Don't expect any frills. Your entrees are served on Styrofoam plates and you eat with plastic utensils, but if that gets in the way of enjoying the food you're probably reading the wrong blog.
Taste 10/10 I came in with high expectations and was still blown away. I am going to become a new frequent customer.
Value 10/10 Very few places with food that unique and that good are places that you can afford to go back to on a regular basis. Yats is the exception. Two sizable entrees with bread and two soft drinks ran us only 14 dollars total. Incredible. That's fast food pricing for fantastic food.