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Truffle Butta Bistro
"[I] had chicken and red velvet waffles and I don't even like waffles." That's a review from one of Truffle Butta Bistro's satisfied customers, a testament to the popularity of the restaurant's signature dish. Waffles are one of the building blocks of this breakfast and lunch spot's menu: the chefs at Truffle Butta actually cook up a few different twists on this breakfast staple. Read on for a taste of their various variations, as well as a few more savory menu options.
Red velvet waffles: The ones so lovingly reviewed above showed up as a Valentine's Day weekend special, when Truffle Butta served the rose-hued waffles topped with succulent berries.
Confetti waffles: Grownups and kids alike go gaga for these colorful confections, which have Fruity Pebbles baked right in.
Chicken and waffles: Deep-fried chicken is the savory counterpart to buttermilk belgian waffles. Truffle Butta takes the traditional plate up a notch with a scoop of raspberry salsa.
Crab cake benedict supreme: A pair of 6-ounce lump cakes perch atop tomatoes slices and thick chunks of grilled honey butta cornbread.
Shrimp and grits: If the bistro's other dishes are any clue, then you won't be surprised to learn that these aren't your standard shrimp and grits. They're sweet-potato grits, to be precise, topped with jumbo shrimp sautéed with cabbage, onions, and andouille sausage.