Charly T's: Waffles Beat the Chicken

After hearing not too positive reviews of the original roast chicken at Charly T's, I decided to play safe by going for the Kansas BBQ Pork Ribs ($22). Smeared with their pleasantly sticky sweet BBQ marinade, the fat-less meat did not have a overpowering smell of pork. But it was too tough and chewy. 

Instead of fries, the German potato side dish topped with bacon had a nice sourish tang, though the potato chunks were slightly undercooked.

Perhaps I haven't try all waffles in Singapore but this is by far the crispiest waffle that is worth every seconds of 10-min wait. For $8, we received two large crunchy waffles stuffed full of melted chocolate chips. Being sweet on its own, the butter and maple syrup were rather unnecessary. Sorry to those fans of "moist and fluffy" waffles as I prefer these ones here that are as crunchy (or hard to bite) as Belgian Liege waffles.
There were samplers for their signature rotisserie chicken in two dips-BBQ sauce and Spicy sauce. They were moist and fairly seasoned despite being chicken breast meat. Not as fantastic as the ribs or the waffles to me. The location at Pasarbella is not very ideal with limited seats and the meat dishes are overpriced. 

Perhaps dining at their usual restaurants at Dhoby Ghaut or Katong112 will reduce the possibility of squeezing with the crowd.
Charly T's
200 Turf Club Road
#02-06/#02-K12 The Grandstand
Singapore 287994
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