I drool when I hear of Chick-Fil-A, which recently came to the East Coast to Burlington. Chick-fil-A is a Southern Baptist Fast Food Chicken chain which we had to go to in Myrtle Beach.
Although there wasn’t an indoor sit down space, we took some time to order from their menu. Pressure cooked in peanut oil chicken is tender and amazing. The restaurant is closed Sundays.
The menu includes chicken sandwiches, chicken strips, nugs, salads, soup and sides like waffle fries and coleslaw.
Kid’s order of chicken tenders.
They weren’t made of soy, like other fast food joints, but solid pieces of white chicken, as if you made your own at home.
Potato waffle fries were tender and lightly salted and crisp.
We stumbled across Maryland Fried Chicken via Yelp and walked to the restaurant, which is located a few blocks from the Sky Wheel. Maryland Fried Chicken is located predominantly in Florida, Georgia, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Virginia. I was so tickled by the sign that stated there were buffalo chicken, fried chops and gizzards and liver served all day.
Maryland Fried Chicken’s cute t-Shirt and Logo, which I was tempted to purchase as a souvenir.The restaurant is simple with a few chairs and menu board. They have a choice between dark and white meat.
The Fried Chicken Box for $11
Fried white chicken breasts at roughly $1.00 each piece. The chicken was tender on the inside and lightly battered. The skin was not ultra crispy, but has nice flavoring.