Menu specialties include Southern-style chicken and signature side items such as fried okra, mashed potatoes with gravy, cole slaw, Honey Butter Biscuits and Jalapeno Cheese Bombers
I normally visit this outfit when friends living close by want to stop in for some greasy goodness. The chicken is much of the same, as are their fries and the abysmal sides but what they give you when you flash a coupon is no mere coincidence. We usually break out the 3pcs, 4pcs or 5pcs chicken combo coupons here, and what we usually end up with are mostly smallish drumsticks, though much of the same even without coupons, so I would tend to say this location is rather stingy with the thighs with smaller orders.
The service is not bad rather the slow pace at when your order is ready. I am rather impatient with takeout food and the sight of watching the order assembling area full of staff with no appreciable difference in speediness shows that more bodies doesn't always mean quicker service.
Really good fried chicken is an obscurity for us Vancouverites though Church's is a decent to good stop gap solution.
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