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Inside The Kitchen Sink 

This week, RFT reviews The Kitchen Sink, a small restaurant near the Forest Park Metrolink stop which Ian Froeb says features "appealingly quirky takes on classic fare, with a definite Louisiana accent."

Read Ian's Kitchen Sink restaurant review.

Photos by Jennifer Silverberg for Riverfront Times.
Etouffee is a creole dish with peppers, onions, celery. Here, it's shown with crawfish, and served over a bed of rice.
The Pat "Say Jack" is grilled andouille, roasted pork loin, jalapeno bacon, Swiss and pepper jack cheese, with stone ground mustard, fried pickles and fried banana peppers.
Anthony Sr., Anthony Jr. and Sharon Ellerson of DeBaliviere Avenue's Kitchen Sink.
The "Midwestern burger" is topped with white cheddar cheese, bacon, fried portobello mushrooms, fried onion straws and barbecue sauce sauce.
The Kitchen Sink's turtle cake.
The Special Ed (so named for Anthony Jr.'s childhood friend and neighbor) barbecue brisket, red cabbage slaw, white cheddar cheese and housemade Russian dressing.
Seafood gumbo - that's chorizo, andouille, crab, crawfish, shrimp, onions, peppers, celery, okra - comes served with rice.
Trademark "I Got Sunk" T-shirt.
The jerk-chicken sandwich is topped with grilled pineapple and bacon, served on a ciabatta bun.
Anthony Ellerson Jr. at work in the Kitchen Sink.
Making the jerk-chicken sandwich.
Elbows off the table!
Making the jerk-chicken sandwich.
The Kitchen Sink sits next to the Forest Park MetroLink stop in the DeBaliviere neighborhood.
Inside the diminutive restaurant.
Carol Young Norton, of Norton's Cafe fame, used to employ Anthony Ellerson Jr. at Norton's.
Inside the diminutive restaurant.
The Kitchen Sink's hanging menu.
Anthony Ellerson Jr. at work.
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Etouffee is a creole dish with peppers, onions, celery. Here, it's shown with crawfish, and served over a bed of rice.
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