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My companion ordered the Buffalo Chicken Wrap. I’ll be honest—my response to her selection was an arched eyebrow. But then it arrived at the table. This was the biggest wrap I think I’ve ever seen, and certainly the most beautiful. She let me take a bite, and truly, it’s hard to tell which meal I enjoyed more. The flavor of the crunchy-outside chicken built, but never became too hot, and the layers of flavor coupled well with the pickles and chips on the side.
There are less expensive lunches in town—for a drink and a main, minus my usual dessert and frequent appetizer, the total came in at about $35. That being said, from my experience this is on the list of the best half-dozen lunch spots in Little Rock, and I’m willing to pay for that. Incidentally, we arrived at 12:30; given we were in the middle of prime lunch time in a business-heavy part of town, the crowd was surprisingly thin. Only about three to four other tables were in and out during our time in the restaurant.
Aside from a slightly long wait for the server when we were ready for our tickets, this was a stellar meal I’ll absolutely indulge in again.
It's hilarious that they would put more of the same shit in the Rivermarket and…