Chick-Fil-A is a most disgusting fast food restaurant for the middle America WalMart population, positively! I, only consume free range chicken, raised on my Sonoma Estate, or the farms of my neighbours who practise their poultry raising likewise or, have you, restaurants who do the same, rarely, yet evermore!. Enjoy waiting in line, one half hour for your over-rated, poor flavoured fast food. 

*Disclaimer - I, do enjoy a double double on occasion during long drives through the Central Valley, as I have a set of double doubles of my own!

Cheers!
~W&FE~

wineandfoodexpert posted:

Chick-Fil-A is a most disgusting fast food restaurant for the middle America WalMart population, positively! I, only consume free range chicken, raised on my Sonoma Estate, or the farms of my neighbours who practise their poultry raising likewise or, have you, restaurants who do the same, rarely, yet evermore!. Enjoy waiting in line, one half hour for your over-rated, poor flavoured fast food. 

*Disclaimer - I, do enjoy a double double on occasion during long drives through the Central Valley, as I have a set of double doubles of my own!

Cheers!
~W&FE~

Your schtick hasn’t ever been funny and has always been annoying but calling a Chick-Fil-A overrated might be the dumbest thing you’ve ever posted.

mneeley490 posted:

We have a couple that opened up in this area about a year ago. I still haven't been. From the pics I've seen, I don't know what the fuss is about. Now Popeye's, on the other hand...

Their menu is hit or miss. They have a spicy chicken sandwich that is awesome. They have a wrap that is tasty, especially for not being fried. A lot of their grilled sandwiches are bland though. One thing I love about them is they have options other than fries. There is small salad with kale, broccoli, dried cherries and almonds that I really like.

wineandfoodexpert posted:

Chick-Fil-A is a most disgusting fast food restaurant for the middle America WalMart population, positively! I, only consume free range chicken, raised on my Sonoma Estate, or the farms of my neighbours who practise their poultry raising likewise or, have you, restaurants who do the same, rarely, yet evermore!. Enjoy waiting in line, one half hour for your over-rated, poor flavoured fast food. 

*Disclaimer - I, do enjoy a double double on occasion during long drives through the Central Valley, as I have a set of double doubles of my own!

Cheers!
~W&FE~

I’m the291 on that, positively!

I've tried their signature chicken sandwich with pickles and put some chick fil a sauce on it. I don't understand why the drive through line is 1/2 hour long into the street or the hype. The bun was so sweet it was like a doughnut without frosting. Really, I don't get it.

winoca posted:

I've tried their signature chicken sandwich with pickles and put some chick fil a sauce on it. I don't understand why the drive through line is 1/2 hour long into the street or the hype. The bun was so sweet it was like a doughnut without frosting. Really, I don't get it.

Sweet bun?  That ain't right.  Not here in the south where they originated.  Pretty much a regular burger bun down here.

winoca posted:

I've tried their signature chicken sandwich with pickles and put some chick fil a sauce on it. I don't understand why the drive through line is 1/2 hour long into the street or the hype. The bun was so sweet it was like a doughnut without frosting. Really, I don't get it.

That sweetness is the chick-fil-a sauce, not the bun.  It's a plain old steamed white bun.  The sandwich should be eaten sauceless and with extra pickles so as to ensure that one does not receive a sandwich that has been sitting in the warming tray.  

csm posted:
winoca posted:

I've tried their signature chicken sandwich with pickles and put some chick fil a sauce on it. I don't understand why the drive through line is 1/2 hour long into the street or the hype. The bun was so sweet it was like a doughnut without frosting. Really, I don't get it.

That sweetness is the chick-fil-a sauce, not the bun.  It's a plain old steamed white bun.  The sandwich should be eaten sauceless and with extra pickles so as to ensure that one does not receive a sandwich that has been sitting in the warming tray.  

The sweetness was the bun, but sweet to me might not be to you, I suppose. The sauce was downright sugary, and nasty in a processed sort of way. I had an open packet of sauce and dipped the sauceless sandwich into it. The chicken was good, but the sum of all parts didn't wow me in any way at all. If you like it, it's great there's one in your area now (please take the one in my area, the drive thru causes traffic jams!). I went because the parking lot was empty (no line) and I had never tried it before. Though I gotta say, I was extremely impressed with the customer service for a fast food joint with lots of young kids working. It blew away any franchise or chain sit-down restaurants I can think of.

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