Pedicab San Antonio — Pedicabs

Pedicab San Antonio

Recent; 2014; 2013; 2012; 2011

I went for breakfast with a group of friends to try this chicken and waffles they had been raving about. We got there at 11:30 am on Sunday to find it closed. The cook was waiting on the guy with the key to the door. We weren't in a hurry so we sat on the picnic tables outside to talk. The guy with the key came and they asked us to wait until they set up. After some time had passed we went in to get $9 bottomless mimosas from the bar (reg. price $3 a glass). The bartender was waiting on this lady to bring orange juice and champagne from the grocery store. She had to wait until 12 to buy the champagne so those of us unfamiliar with Pedicab wandered around to check out the scattered paintings for sale. The cook was busy preparing the kitchen. I glanced in and saw a few crock pots laying around. I was starting to get really skeptical about these awesome chicken and waffles.

I remember looking at the previous pictures for Pedicab on Yelp with nice signage and interior decorating. Today the inside looks like it was in a fire or went bankrupt. I don't remember there being a sign for pedicab like in the picture. I can only guess they closed down at one point and have now re opened.

After we got our Mimosas we headed back outside to wait. The food came out quick 2 plates at a time because they only have 2 waffle makers.

The presentation was nice. We got linen napkins which was unexpected considering the overall decor of the place. The chicken breast pieces were super moist and had been battered and fried perfectly. The combination of the chicken, waffle, butter, and maple syrup was life altering.

It made for a very entertaining Sunday morning. It had been three years since I had a mimosa. My first experience with chicken on my waffles. I don't think I've ever eaten breakfast downtown. I carpooled with friends and got pretty tanked.

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