Food on the Flye: SotSot's Cajun cuisine is a must try

INDIANAPOLIS -- Jambalaya, Catfish PoBoy, Bourbon Chicken, Crawfish and Shrimp Etouffee: Some Of This, Some Of That. 

No really, SotSot stands for “some of this, some of that”, and from what I’ve tasted, all of this and all of that, is oh, so good.

SotSot earned its claim to fame as a popular food truck in Indianapolis, long before food trucks were widely known. But it put the brakes on its mobile kitchen and opened the SotSot Cajun Table at 24th and College Avenue on Indy’s Northside, featuring authentic Cajun cuisine. 

The condemned building on this corner sat vacant for many years. SotSot ’s owners restored the space, keeping its original exposed brick and wood floors. The dining area features several cozy booths, and decorations with a New Orleans vibe.   

Most customers seem to have a craving for the Fried Shrimp PoBoy, Bourbon Chicken and Bayou Cakes, the most popular dishes. 

I thought the Bayou Cakes were simply amazing. It’s their version of Shrimp n’ Grits: Grit cakes made out of cheese, grilled shrimp, mixed vegetables, peppers and onions, with chipotle and aioli.

Flavorful and fresh, the hearty servings will fill you up, especially if you’re sampling two (OK, three or four) selections on the menu like I did.

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