3610 Reed Road
Back when I wrote about JW's Cajun Boudin Hut on Homestead I opined that our city needed more drive-thru boudin huts. Up until now I have been rigorously ignored but there is at least this: there's no drive-thru but in its stead is a parking lot and a neat covered outdoor dining area alongside a shotgun shack, just east of Scott, not far off of 288.
The owner is from La Grange originally. He makes his own boudin but the sausage served is from Weimar. There is also fried or grilled fish, wings, a pork chop and salmon croquets on the menu plus breakfast. They are open 8 am to 8 pm Monday thru Thursday and 9 am 'til you stop eating' on Friday and Saturday.
This is a Cajun Pate style of boudin. You pierce the thick, inedible casing (not easy to do with the plastic ware provided) and squeeze it out onto the crisp crackers and you're good-to-go with Cajun Canapes. This is not my favorite style of boudin but I found it very tasty. There are no solid bits save for maybe a stray, partial grain of rice or the like and there's just a very mild heat.
I saw some of the fried fish plates being put together for takeout and they looked pretty good; the grilled fish plate on Yelp looks even better.
Sausage and Boudin Shack