Go to Gou! for homemade Haitian meals in Olney

ByNatalie Jason WPVI logo
Wednesday, August 9, 2023
Go to Gou! for homemade Haitian meals in Olney
The husband-and-wife team at Gou! share Haitian culture through cuisine.

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Co-owners Imma and Emmanuel Laguerre of Gou! named the new BYO after the Haitian-Creole translation for 'tasty'.

The husband-and-wife team share their culture and their cuisine, serving up Haitian specialties like whole fried snapper, chicken or goat in sauce, black mushroom rice, spicy cabbage, and legume served with beef or as a vegetable medley.

The couple also donates food to the homeless, when possible, with a video of them giving away meals in Kensington recently going viral.

Husband and wife team, Yves and Claudia Atoullon, are also owners - of Haitian background and having a great time sharing their food and heritage with guests at Gou.

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5734 Old 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19120


Tuesday-Thursday, 3-10 p.m.; Friday-Saturday, opening at 11 a.m.