It’s National Fried Chicken Day on Wednesday and Lion’s Choice has announced the addition of new menu items including a new protein option for the roast beef chain – fried chicken. Starting July 6, guests can order the Cluckin’ Chicken Sandwich ($5.99/sandwich or $9.59/meal), Crispy Chili Lime Chicken Salad ($8.25) and a new option for kids with the Chicken Cub Meal ($5.49). The new items are available at all Lion’s Choice stores in Illinois and at markets in the St. Louis and Kansas City area. The new menu items are also available for purchase through the Lion’s Choice mobile app.
Known for providing “ridiculously good food” to its customers, Lion’s Choice spent nearly two years searching for the perfect chicken product available. “The decision to add fried chicken to our menu was not taken lightly as many of our customers have grown up enjoying the same roast beef, frozen custard and natural fries sandwiches since their first experience at a Lion’s restaurant. Choice,” said Michael Kupstas, President. and CEO of Lion’s Choice. “It is important for us to do things right, as we have always done. We first looked at chicken fillets, but none of them looked ridiculously good to us, so we turned to chicken fillets in 2021.”
Lion’s Choice Fried Chicken items include the following and are available Wednesday, July 6 at all locations:
Cuckin’ Chicken Tender Sandwich ($5.99 sandwich/$9.59 meal)
The Cluckin’ Tender Chicken Sandwich features two crispy chicken tenders seasoned with a sprinkle of famous Lion’s Choice seasoning, then topped with pickles and mayonnaise on a toasted brioche bun.
Crispy Chili Lime Chicken Salad ($8.25)
Crispy Chili Lime Chicken Salad is made with romaine lettuce, fried diced chicken breasts, corn, black beans and tomatoes, and topped with tortilla strips and cheddar cheese. The salad is topped off with a chili-lime dressing.
Tender Chicken Meal ($5.49)
The Chicken Tender Cub Meal consists of two chicken tenders and a choice of two sides: natural cut fries, vegetable sticks, a mini cone or a cookie. Children will also receive a drink with choices including 2% milk, chocolate milk, apple juice or a soft drink.
“We took the time to find the right product because serving ridiculously good chicken is the only option for Lion’s Choice, and we know our customers expect a quality experience when they walk into our dining room or shop. stop at one of our drive-through services.” said Kupstas. “Our chicken has a rice flour coating which helps the fillets get extra crispy when fried and also makes them gluten-free themselves. We think the crispiness is retained better than other chicken sandwiches on the market. »
The Cluckin’ Tender Chicken Sandwich features two crispy chicken tenders topped with a sprinkle of famous Lion’s Choice seasoning, a move fans are familiar with from the brand’s signature roast beef sandwiches, along with pickles and mayonnaise on a toasted buttered brioche bun. Full customization remains a top priority at Lion’s Choice and extends to the new Fried Chicken Sandwich. From the rarity of roast beef to the seasonings, breads, cheeses and sauces of the popular Sauce Bar, Lion’s Choice encourages its customers to eat the way they like it. The Cluckin’ Chicken Sandwich is delicious and simple, allowing guests to customize with sauces like chipotle ranch, honey mustard, horseradish, or sweet and tangy barbecue. After adding, swapping or replacing different components, guests are encouraged to take a photo and use #LCHack on Instagram to join the customization fanbase.
The iconic Midwestern brand is famous for its ridiculously good roast beef sandwiches and also offers a variety of different sandwiches, salads and sides as well as desserts. In June, Lion’s Choice launched two new lemon summer frozen treats, including Lemon Freeze and Lemon Meringue Pie Concrete. The chain’s commitment to doing things the right way extends from its signature menu items to these new limited-time offerings.
Customers can place their orders at any Lion’s Choice drive-thru or restaurant.
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