re: What's the best soul food in Baton Rouge?(Posted by tigerbait2010 on 1/7/13 at 2:29 pm to Glock17)
I ended up going to Pappa's. The service was very cordial. The food took a little while to come out, but it was worth the wait, very hot and fresh. I got the three wings, along with mashed potatoes and "spaghetti and cheese" (mac'n cheese) with a sweet tea. It might have been the best fried chicken I've ever had, and the mashed potatoes were excellent. My only letdown was their excuse for macaroni. It wasn't necessarily nasty or anything, but nothing to brag about; could have been much cheesier. Just bland, really.
the sweet tea was excellent also. I will definitely make a return trip sometime.