Review: Scotty’s Brewhouse Buffalo Chicken WrapAuthor: indianapoliseater | Filed under: Food Reviews, Location: Indianapolis, IN
I was headed out to lunch with some co-workers and since Scotty’s is nearby, we decided to stop there for lunch. I’ve seen via Twitter and their website that Scotty’s has daily lunch specials for $6 that include a drink, so I had to take advantage.
What I Got: Half Buffalo Chicken Wrap with a side and drink $6 (part of the daily $6 lunch menu)
Scotty’s buffalo chicken wrap is served in a honey wheat tortilla that includes cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, ranch dressing and breaded chicken fingers. For my wrap, the chicken fingers were flavored with mild sauce (you are only allowed mild sauce as part of the lunch special) and I must say, this thing was delicious. Also, for only being a half wrap, it was quite sizeable as well. The chicken fingers were also delicious and tender and when you combined all the cool flavors together, this was a winning combination.
For my side, I chose waffle fries and they were delicious as well. Perfectly crispy and perfectly seasoned. Also, for a cheap, affordable lunch special, I was astounded by the number of fries that came with the order. It was definitely impressive.
Would I Buy It Again? Definitely yes. For $6, I was shocked at the amount of food that I got and by the quality of the food as well, not to mention the fact that $6 also included the drink. Honestly, this is one of the better (if not the best) lunch specials around that is not at a fast food establishment. Also, I’ve never been a huge wrap person, but this one was good enough that I would consider ordering the full size wrap at my next Scotty’s visit because this one was so tasty.
The only drawback to Scotty’s is its popularity and I say that in the kindest way. Because Scotty’s is so popular, you often times ending up waiting for a table and also have slower than average lunch service. That’s not their fault though because they really are putting a good product out there and no restaurant would be able to stay ahead of that volume.