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Yats Restaurant Review: Some of the most authentic, inexpensive Cajun and Creole dishes in town are found at this neighborhood gem, which frequently has long lines of repeat diners. The menu changes daily, so for many, it is not their first visit of the week. Order at the counter, collect your red beans and smoked sausage, drunken chicken, jambalaya, spinach and mushroom etouffée or the popular gumbo, and join the jovial crowd. All dishes are the same price, and for a small upcharge, you can sample more than one entrée. Add a slice of the house-made peanut butter cream pie, and you'll certainly walk away satisfied.