Reader: Chicken and waffles sounds utterly disgusting

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Danielle Lirette
D Bar's d-licious version of chicken and waffles.

Which came first, the chicken or the waffle? Yesterday, Cafe Society served up our list of Denver's ten best plates of chicken and waffles, a dish that's surprisingly delicious when coming out of the correct kitchen. And Denver has many worthwhile variations, from the traditional to the "southernfried Belgian" at D Bar.

Our advice: Don't knock it 'til you've tried it (or all ten), no matter how much you might doubt the basic combo.

See also:
- Denver's ten best plates of chicken and waffles

- How did chicken and waffles land on mainstream breakfast menus?
- Second Home Kitchen and Bar: Best Chicken and Waffles 2012

Says Patricia:

Chicken & waffles, is it as utterly disgusting as it sounds?

Not to the many commenters who've listed their favorite versions -- some of which are on our original list, others we're eager to try. Read all their nominees for the town's Best Chicken and Waffles here, and add your own below. Or go directly to our Best of Denver 2013 Readers' Poll, which includes Best Chicken and Waffles as well as a hundred other categories.



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Stilton
Stilton

It doesn't sound disgusting, but the combo dish has also never appealed to me. 

Mantonat
Mantonat topcommenter

If you don't like chicken or waffles, chicken and waffles would be a really bad meal choice. Otherwise, what's not to like? 

You can always keep the chicken away from the syrup if that doesn't appeal to you, although maple syrup is a general life enhancer. Keep in mind that even McDonald's offers honey as a dipping sauce for chicken nuggets, so the sweet-savory combo with chicken is about as mainstream as it gets.

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