Rotisserie chicken might not be sexy, but at St. Louis Rotisserie it's a pleasant surprise: The chickens aren't supermarket commodities bagged and then left out to dry beneath a heat lamp. Instead they're roasted over a fire of oak and cherry wood, resulting in blackened skin that's rich with flavor - smoky, of course, but with a welcome citric tang. Dark meat, especially, is delicious. The chicken is a good value, too: Half a chicken plus two sides goes for $7.95. A generous serving of barbecue beef brisket comes with a dark, subtly spicy sauce.

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Rotisserie chicken might not be sexy, but at St. Louis Rotisserie it's a pleasant surprise: The chickens aren't supermarket commodities bagged and then left out to dry beneath a heat lamp. Instead they're roasted over a fire of oak and cherry wood, resulting in blackened skin that's rich with flavor - smoky, of course, but with a welcome citric tang. Dark meat, especially, is delicious. The chicken is a good value, too: Half a chicken plus two sides goes for $7.95. A generous serving of barbecue beef brisket comes with a dark, subtly spicy sauce.

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Price: $
Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Diners Club, cash, ATM/Debit

Parking: Free, Lot Available


Reservations: Not Accepted


Attire: Casual


Extra Info: Handicapped Accessibility – Fair; for catering, call 314-504-9098.

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