|Menu (side 1; November 2011)|
|Menu (side 2; November 2011)|
|Polish Boy...messy indeed! (Hot Sauce Williams)|
I didn't get many smiles from the staff when ordering. Not sure if it was just too early for the crew, or if they were just too busy getting everything ready for later, but I feel that a lack of flashing pearly whites must be mentioned here.
I'm also certain that Adam Richman tried the "Polish Girl" instead, as that one, at $5.99, includes the pork shoulder. I'm unsure whether I'll be back in Cleveland, but I wouldn't mind trying that next time. Hot Sauce Williams also offers various sandwiches (the catfish and the whiting call my name). Various side dishes include mac and cheese, black eyed peas, collard greens, baked beans, and stuffing.
Want to feed a family? Consider the Family Meal ($32), a full slab of ribs, eight pieces of chicken (legs and thighs), and two large side dishes. If you're more of a seafood lover, consider the Seafood Platter ($15.99): a (normally) two-person feast consisting of two pieces of whiting or perch, eight fried scallops, six jumbo shrimp, fries, and slaw.
Craving dessert? The peach cobbler ($3.95) and the banana pudding ($4.50) both sound awesome.
Hot Sauce Williams has a multitude of delectable offerings. It's too bad I only had a short time to enjoy this experience. Hopefully I'll be back for more. 7/10