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Sunday, 24 May 2009


Adam H.

I checked out Lucky J's a couple weeks ago and had the same reaction as you. The waffle has the thickness and consistency of something I brought home from the grocery frozen section and threw in the microwave. I liked the flavor of the breading of the chicken and mine was not too overly thick but the chicken underneath could have been better seasoned. A fun place but I probably won't be back anytime soon. Have you tried Shuggie's? I hear their incarnation is better and I've seen the pics that seem to bear that out so I'll have to head out and do the tough research.

Anna Bleker

Same here! I liked the concept (a cute chicken and waffles joint in North Austin), but our chicken was TOTALLY burnt.

We did a review of it here:


Notice the over-fried, brown chicken.

PS. Jason recommended a "super-spicy" hot sauce for us that wasn't hot.

Rachel @ Boots in the Oven

Wow, Anna, the chicken you guys got looks even more burnt than ours! And how sad about the hot sauce... I don't remember which ones we tried, but they definitely varied a ton in flavor and heat.

Aw, Adam's comment reminded me that Shuggie's closed. Wah!

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