It’s a chicken party in my mouth.
I’ve partaken in this party before and can confidently vouch for the restaurant’s rotisserie bona fides. It’s great, well-spiced, tender and doesn’t languish under heat lamps.
A whole chicken with two sides sells for $14.75. The chain also sells half and quarter chicken portions for $8.25 and $6.25 respectively.
The article in general is fine and saves itself with the last sentence.
If you like chicken, you will like Chicken Fiesta.
However my unabashed love for Chicken Fiesta must call out the two items ordered and mentioned in this article, the chicken chimichanga and cheese enchilada. No, simply no. Chicken Fiesta shines when you order the quarter or half chicken end of story. It should be a requirement that at least one person in every party needs to order quarter or half just to show the other diners how awesome it tastes. Also there was no mention of the beautiful green sauce and the subtle art of mixing the white and green sauces to make the perfect dipping sauce.
I now where I’m going for lunch.
Chicken Fiesta is located at 2311 W. Broad Street.