We look at it as the poor man's Pappadeaux, with humbler aspirations and much humbler prices. Funny thing is, the more we go there, the more we like it; it's gotten to the point where we'd rather sit at a tin-topped table at Razzoo's than wait in line at Pappadeaux. The blackened tilapia fillet, for example, rings in at barely over $10, and it was moist, tasty, and fresh in a meuniere sauce, accompanied by dirty rice and broccoli. Other stuff by this locally based chain is even cheaper. We ordered the spicy chicken tenders for the small child but ended up eating most of them ourselves; we also enjoyed an excellent side order of rich red beans and rice. For dessert, don't miss the exceptional bread pudding.