The price point might make it a little hard to swallow but PS. Café's Buttermilk Fried Chicken ($27) was pretty good and certainly satisfied my craving for fried foods. Crispy, succulent, and well-seasoned, the assortment of wings and boneless chicken thigh were all fried to perfection. The crunchy batter was thankfully not too thick and best eaten while it is hot. Served with smokey jalapeno aioli on the bottom and a saucer of barbecue sauce at the side, the chicken was a tad cloying towards the end but wasn’t greasy in my opinion and the tangy aioli did help cut the heaviness of the meat. The portion was also great for sharing if you want to save some space for dessert and their signature truffle fries.