Southern Comfort Food: Chicken and Waffles
"My Oh My" I have embarked on one of my new favorite food spots in Wynwood. "KUSH" one of Wynwood's most sought after eatery. Specializing in craft beers, comfort food, and intimate dining experience. Kush is by far a great place to chill and I don't mean "Netflix and Chill" either, but a truly intimate space not just for friends by for families or a not so typical date night.
While searching for a new place to eat, I took it upon myself to google some of the best places to have this acquired meal of chicken and waffles; a true southern traditional meal passed down from grandmas to grandpa's.
After much searching and deliberating the perfect meal for a late sunday night. I stumbled upon Kush Wynwood Miami on The Miami New Times website and to say this was the best decision ever.
Pulling up to the dark crowded streets of wynwood I happened to find parking right across from Kush which started the night off just right, however once walking up to the restaurant we were greeted with a long stretching halfway down the block and a hostess that told us about the thirty minute wait time. -->
Open Daily with longer hours on weekends
"Thirty minutes", I thought. My stomach literally was getting ready to drop to the floor. We were sent to a separate room filled with an eclectic decor out of a horror movie but after about fifteen minutes of waiting, I got the text that our seats were ready. After returning back to the tiny artsy space we were seated and greeted with a friendly smile from our waiter who resemble Adam Levine from Maroon 5.
Looking over the menu for a second I knew exactly what I wanted and didn't waste anytime ordering. Initially I asked if the special dish came with homemade hot sauce but to my dismay the dish came with a rather different topping "Sriracha Syrup" wth is that, I said. The waiter assured me that I would love it as it paired well with this mouth watering dish.
Blah! Blah! Blah! Here is where it gets good, the food came out extra hot (a must have) everything was perfect; then that first bite hit me like I died and went to heaven without having to wait in line. The chatter stopped between my friend and I, and I must say this was by far the best chicken and waffles I had in awhile. The waiting and the anticipation was just what I needed to really appreciate this explosion of southern comfort.