I came to this restaurant after many strangers recommended the restaurant, telling me how ridiculously good The Front Porch's fried chicken was, and the 2-day process to make the fried chicken. If that many people are all raving about the same place and same food, I figured I had to check it out! Inside was very laid back, relaxing. Staff was friendly.
- BLOODY MARY (delicious and had a great kick, I also liked how they added the pickled okra to it)
- FRIED CHICKEN AND WAFFLE (confirmed that this was as good as everyone said it would be! the skin was very crispy, the chicken extremely moist and well seasoned. This may be one of the best fried chickens I've ever had. I'm not a huge waffle fan but did like the fact they had bacon pieces in there - who doesn't like bacon??)
- SHRIMP AND GRITS (this was actually my FAVORITE -- even better than the fried chicken in my opinion! I've struggled to find delicious tasting, flavorful shrimp and grits anywhere outside of John Besh's Luke restaurant in New Orleans and this was an exciting find! The poached egg they added to the top of the dish was a nice touch and added creaminess.)
My mouth is salivating thinking about the food. Seems like I need to schedule another brunch at The Front Porch!