Apr 03, 2013 by Chris Dinardo ~Rockville,MD
What Did You Order?: Brisket •
Is This One Of Your Favorite Trucks?: It is now •
How Much Did It Cost?: $7
I had a lunch in hand when I walked past Smokin', but the sweet aroma from their truck made me turn around and give them a try. The delicious smoked flavor of their tender brisket was perfect! The sauce was a typical red (options guys,) but went nicely with the brisket. I haven't tried their fried corn or gumbo yet, but bet your assets I will if they keep coming around here.
Once again, I am a happy customer! I loooooved my Jumbo, mac and cheese and the brisket. All way good~ Much love from Mr. Manny ♥
Reviews for Smokin' on the Bayou
You guys are soo legit! i just got some sausages and your jambalaya.. i'm about to head back down from my office to grabs some seconds and some of the smoked brisket!
Jambalaya is AMAZING! Can't wait to try everything else! See you next weekend!!
I cannot say enough about the food. Everyone was surprised and thrilled. Everyone was lingering at the table licking their fingers and chewing on bones-not there wasn't plenty of food -
all the young people took home bags and my son took a full round of everything back to Ohio. The desserts were all wonderful, I don't know
which was my favorite but I had to hide my piece of pecan pie and I'm really glad I did.
I gave out all the cards and others wrote down the information. I have since visited your wonderful website and printed out a menu to take to my
office. We'll see what happens but I feel certain more clients are on the way.
I also want to say what a pleasure it was to do business with you. In addition to being so friendly and pleasant, you made everything so easy,
explaining the dishes and helping me to decide.
As you can see, I could go on and on. Thanks for a great dinner with little effort from me and you know that's good. .
Will H.~Gaithersburg, MD
Picked up a 1/2lb. of Brisket (pecan wood). I uploaded a picture of it so you can take a look for yourself. The color on the edges had good penetration (giggity) and the flavor of the meat was out of this world. I was tempted to strip off some of the fat from the slices of brisket, but I ended up murdering all of it. The flavor of the pecan wood permeates evenly throughout the fat and the meat. It actually tastes better, sans sauce.