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U.S. Fried Chicken Review #ReviewCrew
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With a pretty generic name like U.S. Fried Chicken, and a storefront with no curb appeal, you may not know what is waiting for you on the other side of the doors. DaddyB ventured out to US. Fried Chicken, a restaurant near his work, and sampled some of their food and here are his surprising findings:
When you hear U.S. Fried Chicken you may think they only serve chicken right? Well, this restaurant not only serves fried chicken, but they also sell a variety of foods including sandwiches, salads, hamburgers, fried fish and also hand-made deserts that are shipped to their store from Germantown, Pennsylvania.
When I arrived at U.S. Fried Chicken I noticed it didn’t seem like a place that people would eat-in since the seating isn’t very large, but I decided to eat-in for the experience and to give some feedback to those of you reading this review.
Since it was my first visit to U.S. Fried Chicken, the staffer who waited on me, Reema was very friendly and helpful, giving me suggestions on what dishes I might like best. Not only does this restaurant serve the “American” classics that I mentioned above but they also serve Arabic and Halal food.
I ended up ordering a 5 PC chicken meal with a bread roll and seasoned potato wedges. The food was good overall, but not necessarily an outstanding fried chicken dish. I’d probably try a different dish next time though, perhaps on of their Halal dishes.
While it wasn’t on their menu yet, I got to sample some biryani (made with rice, chicken, spices). It was very good, and in retrospect, I would’ve preferred a lighter dish like that over something heavier like fried chicken especially as a lunch meal. So this is definitely a dish I would go back for, the fried chicken…not so much.