For A Tasty Chantilly Cake, Head Over To The Po’Boy House In Louisiana

Chantilly Cake has a long history, with many claiming fame to this decadent dessert. While most agree that the invention of Chantilly whipped cream is attributed to French Ches Vatel in the late 1600s, there have been numerous spin offs of this iconic dessert. When you’ve got the craving for one of these whipped beauties, head on over to The Poboy House, where you’ll find some of the best po’boys and desserts in Louisiana.

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The Poboy House is open Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

For more information, including a full menu, check out their website and be sure to give them a follow on Facebook so you can check out all of their incredible creations.

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Address: 170 6th St, Port Allen, LA 70767, USA