We were recently here and were quite pleased. Wife got a salad, added on gyro meat for $2 so that we could make gyro's with it later, and I had the po-boy. Po-boy was as good as other po-boys I've had around town.
I have family in the area that has eaten here a bit. We all expect it to suck but come away pleasantly surprised. Good place for a picky crowd, kids meals portions are large too.
I'm entirely unable to figure out: who owns this place, is anything (other than the fried chicken) really cooked up 'authentically' in-house (i.e are all of the sides pre-made by sysco, or do they make some of them in-house?).