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First of all…the wait wasn’t soo bad around 2:30pm on a monday (on a holiday) and it was nice because when we got seated very close to the people next to us. Once they left, we were able to squeeze the two tables together and have one large table. The frenchie waiter was nice, responsive and even refilled our water jug 3 times. KUDOS YOU.
Let me just add the description for 900 Grayson’s Chicken and Waffle:They call it…the DEMON LOVER. Spicy Buttermilk Fried Fulton Valley Chicken Paillard, Buttermilk Waffle & Old-Fashioned Cream Gravy or Vermont Maple Syrup for 12 bucks.
The chicken was delectable and all I wanted to do was pour syrup all over the take my first bite. I sliced my first bite and it was juicy, with a kick of spice at the end. (very important, that little bit of kick made the entire experience)
Of course I asked for both Syrup and Gravy, rotating between the two different flavors throughout the dish. I must admit that the gravy won over the syrup. I was completely satisfied after Brunch and I must say this must have been one of the best on my challenge. 900 Grayson understands the perfection of how the chicken cannot over power the waffle nor the syrup or sauce.
The waffle wasn’t too crispy but it didn’t matter because together it was an explosion of flavors in my mouth.
if you hear my rants about how the waffle must be crispy and perfect. I know now that if the combo is right. The waffle doesn’t have to be extra crispy.
Vince, my partner in crime in this mission agreed with me, that the gravy was on hit. I would most definitely come back to try their other menu items but It will be hard to resist the chicken and waffle because I am now a “demon Lover”
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