our Mission& Values
The process of cooking our chickens starts with fresh chickens that soak in our brine for 12 hours. They are placed on rotisserie spits and cooked over an open fire that is started with real hardwood coals and aged oak that we get from a local provider. We use cylindrical, metal, charcoal chimneys inside the oven to start the fire so there are no chemicals involved in the preparation or cooking of our chickens.
Once the natural hardwood coals are heated to readiness, the hardwood coals are dumped from the metal chimneys onto the metal bed located in the bottom center of the rotisserie oven. Oak logs are then placed in formation against the hardwood coals to begin establishing the fire that cooks the chickens.
Typical cooking time for our chickens is roughly ninety (90) minutes. Temperature readings are taken throughout the cooking process to ensure our chickens are cooked to perfection.
In addition to our amazing chicken, ArdmoreQ offers
St. Louis Ribs, Brisket, Norwegian Salmon and
an assortment of smoked sandwiches for our customers.
Kind wordsfrom clients
Hidden gem in Ardmore. Small menu of super tasty BBQ, notably Peruvian Chicken! A few other delicacy's, too. BYOB. Love this place. We stop in often before we go to shows at the Ardmore Music Hall.
Get the chicken and collared greens, coleslaw and cheat with some cornbread
Barbacoa was amazing! My fiancé and I had the Athens which we got brisket, chicken, mac and cheese and creamed spinach with corn bread. Everything thing was delicious and I really love the garlic white sauce and green vinegar based sauce, which I'm guess may have been a chimichurri sauce. We will be back!
Great food, great service. Wonderful staff! Love eating outdoors too. I've eaten there many times & the quality is always consistently good.