You're Going to Love This Southern Fried Twist!
Yes, Alligator Soul is a little quirky.
The name is intriguing and the location unexpected. The below-street-level restaurant takes nothing for granted, especially food, as illustrated by the very small-plate version of chicken and waffles. Executive Chef Stephen McLain substituted tiny squab for chicken, gaufrettes for waffles.
Your brain is going to puzzle over that stream of flavors. Although unusual, the take on “chicken and waffles,” falls in line with Alligator Soul’s hyper-local, creative approach to high-end dining. The menu truly is a catalog to capture works of art that change seasonally.
For example, as with McLain’s “chicken and waffles,” if you think you’ve had shrimp and grits, we beg to differ. Alligator Soul’s version is unlike any other. After one meal you won’t forget the food or the name.
"chicken and waffles with fried squab legs and thigh with sweet potato gaufrettes, whole-grain mustard and honeycomb."
Executive Chef Stephen McLain creates a small play on chicken and waffles with fried squab legs and thigh with sweet potato gaufrettes, whole-grain mustard and honeycomb. The masterpiece is just one example of the food artistry at Alligator Soul.
Try this dish and more southern delicacies at Alligator Soul, located at 114 Barnard St., Savannah, GA. / 912-232-7899 / alligatorsoul.com