Saturday, January 13, 2018

The Fried Chicken Works - boneless chicken 12-piece combo

The Fried Chicken Works Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato Very crispy chicken! But also not your typical crispy fried chicken, so if you're used to KFC, be careful about assuming you'll like The Fried Chicken Works.

I figured I'd want to eat it piping hot so I opted for their handy boneless option. If you've ever held a drumstick that had only minutes before come out of the fryer, hoping to eat the chicken while it's still hot and juicy, you'll know what a literal pain it is to hold onto the heat-retaining bone.
Price for portion is a bit scary at around $1.50 per chunk of chicken but you get a drink with that, a not insignificant amount of really decently done fries, and there's more filling meat here than a gourmet burger for the same price.

Apparently fried to order, and I got to eat it hot and juicy.
The crispiness appears to mainly come from the skin-on chicken. The chicken skin/fat is fried to literally a crisp and there's nothing fatty or chewy left about it. It is, however, definitely crispy and not oily, if that is the main experience you are going for.

The chicken is also apparently not seasoned (or only weakly so), so if you're used to the Colonel's secret blend of herbs and spices or what not, you'll have to settle for their weak and watery sweet sauce, or the common condiments available at the counter.

Skin on and no seasoning means you taste chicken. Skin on means you also taste chicken skin/fat, which is a different type of oily taste and you may want to smother that with condiments.  I personally didn't like too much of that flavour but you may have a different experience.

2018-Jan-13 The Fried Chicken Works - boneless chicken (12-piece combo)

2018-Jan-13 The Fried Chicken Works - boneless chicken (12-piece combo)

2018-Jan-13 The Fried Chicken Works - boneless chicken

2018-Jan-13 The Fried Chicken Works - boneless chicken

2018-Jan-13 The Fried Chicken Works - menu

2018-Jan-13 The Fried Chicken Works - menu

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