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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by bro, Aug 17, 2019.
There’s a reason Popeyes and CFA are wrapped around the building and KFC isn’t.
I wanna see one of these sandwiches on that Gripping Foods With Force channel
I got the fries. They were not good.
But were fries what you ordered?
Anyone try this one?
yeah it's decent
Tried the KFC regular one. Decent but prob won't go back
Anyone had the Zaxbys sandwich? Curious how is it
It is fair the spicy Zaxbys sauce adds some nice heat
It’s solid, mine was very crunchy. Not as good as KFC
Was convinced to get the KFC spicy sandwich today. Sauce is basically identical to Popeyes, as was the crunch. Popeyes breast is a bit larger and juicier, so it’s still king. This is a very good alternative, and will likely always be warm, correct, and take less time.
I didn't like it. Too much bread.
I just got hit with a my pleasure in the Popeyes drive thru. Have they turned a corner?
Fortunately the two Popeyes in San Diego are never packed and have good service.
On the other hand, chick fil a service isn’t as good here as it is in the south. Never get a my pleasure.
Look i dont go to popeyes to have my balls tickled or to always get handed my correct order
Got Popeyes for lunch last Friday. Got my extra side of spicy of mayo but no sandwich.
They just handed you a bag full off condiments? Wild move.
Well I also ordered a sandwich combo for my wife (correct in a separate bag) and a tacklebox (correct) so it wasn't quite that bad.
I realized it pretty soon after leaving the drive thru so it was easy enough to remedy.
the "...you dumb mother fucker" was implied.
I'm actually a fan of the McDonald's spicy chicken sandwich. I didn't care for it the first time I tried it but I decided to go back and give it another shot and really enjoyed it. I've had it about 3 or 4 times since then. Popeye's is still the best though.
That sandwich is such an abomination that I now have to question every culinary take you have going forward.
the crispy chicken biscuit at mcdonalds (i think it is a new recipe?) is really good
How long of a time period are we talking? That seems like a ton of McDonald’s
I really enjoy McDonald’s, okay?
Banana peppers instead of pickles?
Red lobster is still a thing?
rofl at red lobster trying to get in on this
that's an interesting and potentially acceptable substitute. the real issue is that they should be doing banana peppers on a Nashville hot fish sandwich instead. Bolton's in Nashville does hot fish and that shit is delicious.
red lobster biscuits are trash and i'll die on this hill
That sandwich doesn't look hot at all. Who the fuck goes to Red Lobster and gets chicken anyway?
I feel like I end up there a couple times a year with family. There's worse experiences than pounding fried shrimp and cheddar biscuits.
yeah, like ordering actual lobster there. they must source their lobsters from Goodyear.
Red Lobster showing up drunk to the cookout with raisins in the potato salad
that’s some white people shit
Red Lobster adding drive through
ill eat that
I think I’ve gone to red lobster once in my life and I was about 10 years old at the time.
Ruby Tuesday’s (salad bar), Olive Garden, and chili’s were my family’s trashy restaurant chains of choice.
I consider carrabbas, bonefish grill, and longhorn a step up from those.
Smoking section at Red Lobster is my happy place
Red lobster is fine. When I was younger I'd love quantity over quality restaurants and would kill endless shrimp. Haven't been there in years but I wouldn't be pissed if I found myself there.
I don't eat at a lot of sit down chain restaurants because I have some really good local options. But the only place I really try hard to avoid is Chilli's. Hate that place.
#BarAndGrill really getting clobbered ITT
I think it might be the worst restaurant. I'm not married to that opinion, I'm sure I'm missing something out there just as bad or worse.
lots of people trying to look "cool" by lying about not liking popular restaurants imo
I like carraba's but they price themselves into some tough competition.
I’ve spent almost my entire life not realizing red lobster and long John silvers are different restaurants
The thought has never crossed my mind to actually order lobster there. I did enjoy looking in the tanks as a kid.
I’ve been to Olive Garden once and never a red lobster.
I've seen red lobsters in beach towns.. Who the hell eats red lobster when there are actual fresh seafood options?