eating indie in indy

Turn 3 Chicken and Waffle @ Flat 12 Bierwerks 414 Dorman Street

Flat 12 is the brewery that housed Hoagies and Hops. It was independent from the brewery. As I understand Turn 3 is an adjunct to the brewery. They have only been open for about one month and they are taking it slow with 4 items only. Curiously all of their food is breakfast oriented.

The only thing I really wanted to try was the dish the joint was named after, and I was dubious of that. I couldn’t develop much enthusiasm for a “battered” chicken breast. As it turns out the chicken was coated with a “waffle breading” and I was more than happy with the results.

The chicken breast was beautifully crisp, plump and moist and the waffle was as good as any I have had. They only have Sriracha in-house. That is an excellent hot sauce I am just accustomed to a more Louisiana type sauce with its vinegar tang. They serve 2 solos of syrup but ask for their Sriracha and honey blend they are experimenting with. It works really well.

So I went in skeptical but left a believer. Looking forward to seeing this joint grow. They have exciting times ahead.

One last thing about their waffles. They use Flat 12 Cream Ale to mix the batter. Batter Up.

8 responses

  1. I would like to try all but that one. Seriously, that breakfast pizza description had me drooling!
    What’s their parking like?

    May 4, 2019 at 5:47 pm

    • Really? The parking is on the street but they have several spots. There is a lot across the street that I think belongs to Smoking Goose. They are only open to the public once a month so I don’t think they would mind if Bonny Blue took a rest there.

      May 4, 2019 at 5:59 pm

      • Yeah. I had chicken and waffles several places, and then in Atlanta, supposedly THE best. Not my thing.
        Thanks for the parking info 🙂

        May 4, 2019 at 8:19 pm

      • I get .it I just thought the other stuff was a bit more boring and I had to eat something.

        May 5, 2019 at 10:59 am

  2. Interesting pairing! Always better to be nicely surprised.

    May 5, 2019 at 8:11 pm

    • It sure is. Have you encountered that duo in Texas? It has been fashionable around here for a while. Actually this was the first time I have eaten it. I wouldn’t mind it again, but I think with a bone in breast with skin. I just love crispy chicken skin.

      May 6, 2019 at 7:23 am

      • I’m with you on crispy chicken skin. No, I have encountered that particular pairing.

        May 6, 2019 at 10:06 am

  3. Pingback: Rad Brewing. Formerly know as Flat 12 Brewing 414 Dorman Street. | this ain't no bistro

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