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Jun 23, 2010 09:31 AM

fried chicken and mac @ Roscoes ckn n waffles ?

OK these are my 2 favorite things and my Birthday is Sat.
As a native of L.A. I have never been and thought hmmmm
Any feedback ?
Last year I treated myself and went to SAAM's @ the Bazzar mmmmmm

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  1. Nothing great, but you hear about it so much that it's one of those things that some folks have to try (often out-of-towners asking to go). FWIW, the H'wood location (church women in Sunday hats; fun ambiance) is nicer than the LA spot (greasy Denny's).

    These are a bit dated, but might help:
    - | Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles Questions

    - | Roscos Chicken & Waffles

    1. roscoes is meh in my book. the last time i went (@ 2yrs ago), the chicken pieces were so small i swore it was a pigeon.

      1. I took my family on my birthday last year. Just a fun time, something different

        1. Having recently been for the first time in several years, I was mostly unimpressed. The chicken was good, not great but good. The mac & cheese was not good at all. It was flavorless and mushy. The waffles are pretty good. The greens were good. Still, I think you can do a lot better in a lot of other places around town. Just look at the very long, regularly added to, thread on the best fried chicken in town.

          1. Panns

            Pann's Restaurant & Coffee Shop
            6710 La Tijera Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045

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            1. re: orythedog

              I've never had the mac and cheese at Pann's but I feel like the Chicken and Waffles is just overall a different style... if someone wanted Roscoe's and I took them to Pann's, they'd be mad that it's not Roscoe's.

              That said I'd rather go to Pann's than Roscoe's. =)

              Anyway, I only like Roscoe's waffle. I'm not a big fan of their chicken. I usually get mac and cheese for the texture, since it's lacking in flavor IMO.

              Pann's Restaurant & Coffee Shop
              6710 La Tijera Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045