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T-Boy's Slaughterhouse

2228 Pine Point Rd., Ville Platte, LA - (337) 468-3333
T-Boy's is a country-road slaughterhouse / grocery story that makes superior boudin sausage as well as smoked pork of all kinds.
66% Approval Rating (3 votes)

Scorecard

5 - Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
Boudin
Paunce
Cracklin's

Highlighted Reviews

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Michael Stern - Photos (7)
Roadfood.com Editor
"The most colorful source of great boudin we know is a small place on a two-lane road north of Opelousas just outside Mamou, the epicenter of Cajun culture and self-proclaimed home of the mardi gras. Simply getting to T-Boy's Slaughterhouse is a joy, up from the ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

2228 Pine Point Rd., Ville Platte, LA
(337) 468-3333

http://www.tboyscs.com/

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Lunch
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:Yes
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:Yes
Boudin sausage: a melange of cooked pork, rice, onions, and spice packed into a chewy casing that calls for a sharp knife to sever. Unlike a firm Texas hot link or chorizo sausage, the filling tumbles out once it is cut. T-Boy's is glistening-moist with a perfect measure of al dente rice, the pork gently seasoned but hugely piggy.
"Boudin sausage: a melange of cooked pork, rice, onions, and spice packed into a chewy casing that calls for a sharp knife to sever. Unlike a firm Texas hot link or chorizo sausage, the filling tumbles out once it is cut. T-Boy's is glistening-moist with a perfect measure of al dente rice, the pork gently seasoned but hugely piggy."
Michael Stern





Cracklin's are common snack food in Cajun country, nowhere better than at T-Boy's Slaughterhouse, where the pieces range from crunchy-chewy-crisp nuggets to featherweight wisps that melt into spicy flavor at the slightest tooth pressure.
"Cracklin's are common snack food in Cajun country, nowhere better than at T-Boy's Slaughterhouse, where the pieces range from crunchy-chewy-crisp nuggets to featherweight wisps that melt into spicy flavor at the slightest tooth pressure."
Michael Stern


Paunce - stuffed pig stomach - is a slaughterhouse specialty which calls for a kitchen and dinner table to enjoy. Traveling through in a rental car, all we could do was to admire it and imagine how good it is.
"Paunce - stuffed pig stomach - is a slaughterhouse specialty which calls for a kitchen and dinner table to enjoy. Traveling through in a rental car, all we could do was to admire it and imagine how good it is."
Michael Stern


T-Boy. In addition to running his butcher shop, he makes several Cajun spice blends sold in local grocery stores as well as on his website. They are unusual in that they are brightly spiced but NOT searingly hot.
"T-Boy. In addition to running his butcher shop, he makes several Cajun spice blends sold in local grocery stores as well as on his website. They are unusual in that they are brightly spiced but NOT searingly hot."
Michael Stern


A view inside T-Boy's smokehouse.
"A view inside T-Boy's smokehouse."
Michael Stern


What traveling carnivore could resist stopping in a place with this sign on its wall?
"What traveling carnivore could resist stopping in a place with this sign on its wall?"
Michael Stern


Where the locals shop.
"Where the locals shop."
Michael Stern



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