We flew into LAX and drove to Anaheim excited for our Disneyland trip that awaited us, but nothing kills excitement more for our family than being hungry! We all get so cranky! So we knew we needed to find food fast! It was getting late so many restaurants were starting to close, but luckily Roscoes was just down the road and open late.
Roscoe‘s is known for their chicken and waffles, so obviously that’s what we had to get! Our family has tried many places and varieties of chicken and waffles through out the years, So we weren’t sure what to expect. We’ve had thin waffles, Belgium waffles, waffles with chicken IN them, we’ve had spicy chicken, bone in chicken, and chicken and waffles smothered in hot sauce, but this has remained our favorite even as years pass. the first thing that drew me to their take on this combination was texture. The waffles are fairly thin and so pillowy soft, and I loved how that paired and contrasted with the crunch of the chicken. The waffles were also seasoned very well with just hint of cinnamon to them and warm maple syrup. honestly I would’ve been happy to eat the waffle on its own. But that chicken made for the perfect combination. The chicken was perfectly cooked, not dry, very crunchy outer layer and perfectly salty. The dish amso comes wkth a generous scoop of whipped butter, or if you are like my husband, add gravy for even more texture and flavor.
needless to say we were very Happy with our meal and still talk about it years later. If you are anywhere near a Roscoe‘s and have a hankering for Chicken and Waffles, the Misfitfam highly recommends!