Im starting a new topic, because the info on poboys seems to be isolated to Louisiana Cajun, or New Orleans poboys.
Last weekend we ate at a wonderful roadfood place called Crawfish Hut, in Rayne, on Rte. 90 heading out of town towards Crowley. It is a cement floor, varnished pine tables, taxidermy fish on the walls kind of place.
Their seafood poboys were wonderful. They were at least a foot long, on lovely bread--fresh, flakey baguette with a soft middle, dressed with lettuce, roma tomato slices and mayonnaise. We shared two, one fried crawfish, one fried shrimp. The shrimp were mixed sizes, some quite big for a po boy, maybe 30/lb size. The sandwiches came with some pretty good fries, seasoned but not coated. The seafood was in a corn flour breading, very thin, with a hint of garlic powder flavor, not overpowering. Even the hungriest men in our group took home sandwich halves, they were so big. I am ashamed to say I nearly finished both halves.
These were among the best poboys I'd had and compare very favorably with Chris's and Old Tyme Grocery in Lafayette.
Others said the seafood avocado salads were good. We will definitely go back. They do have limited hours, check ahead.