Pimanyoli's (pe'mon-yo-lee's) - n. a truly taste-worthy experience. You might visit out of curiosity, but what you'll come back for is the cuisine consisting of a mixture of Louisiana panache, our creole heritageand an abundance of backyard influence.
We are your destination with the funny name. It was born from a combination of the owners name, Edward (Piman) and Yolanda (Yoli).
Our Pass-A-Dozen Hot Tamales are sold Wednesday through Saturday, on a first come first serve basis. The demand for them is extremely high, and unfortunately we do not have adequate space to make and store more than 40 dozen at a time. Some days are busier than others but it's possible that they could last until closing. However, if you know you want theM, it's okay to call and reserve them. We encourage it. But, be prepared to pay in advance because if you are unable to pick them up at your appointed time, we will need to sell them to the next person. In addition, it is important to us to accommodate both dine-in and to-go patrons. Therefore, if you you'd like to purchase more than 3 dozen at one time, we ask that you call us in advance to preorder. Hint: It is also okay to call in advance to reserve tamales if you will be dining in later in the day.