|Chad preparing some fried mac and cheese balls!|
|Menu (January 2012)|
There are three options for the fried mac and cheese balls: the "classic" (just mac and cheese), incorporate some jalapeno, or add bacon. I asked Chad if it was possible to take BOTH the bacon and the jalapeno. An affirmative response! Thank you! Best of both worlds!
|Fried Mac and Cheese Balls (Sin Wagon)|
These have jalapeno AND bacon in them!
|Jalapeno noticeable, although the bacon is hiding a bit in the photo|
OK, so I thought this was just a side snack, but these were some fairly nice-sized balls (keep your mind outta the gutter!). The thin fried layer possessed that incredible golden brown color, encapsulating a shelled pasta mac and cheese inside. Despite being fried, the mac and cheese balls were not greasy, a sign of ideal frying. The jalapeno added color, crunch, and heat. Do we even need to describe what bacon added? We can say "Bacon FTW!" and call it a day.
I think extra crispy bacon is the only thing that would improve my experience. It's merely a personal preference, and there's a skill to making bacon crispy without completely rendering it to carbon. But yup, this was a damn good snack (yes, I ate elsewhere before this).
Sin Wagon also offers sandwiches, burgers, and wraps (usually around $6 to $7). Also consider "Bacon and Bleu Jalapenos" ($4) as a side dish. Chad's desserts include Baby Elephant Ears ($3), chocolate chip cookies ($1), and Ghirardelli chocolate brownies ($1). Hit up Sin Wagon ASAP! 8.25/10