Chick-fil-a VS. Cane’s

Chicken strip face-off

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Noah Cook

The Box Combo from Raising Cane’s

Noah Cook, Staff Writer

Raising Cane’s    (⅘) 

   I ordered the box combo which includes four pieces of chicken fingers with fries, a slice of bread and Cane’s sauce. The first thing I dug in was the chicken fingers. They were tender and the breading on them was flaky. Next up was the fries. They didn’t have much flavor to them. The fries with the Cane’s sauce balanced the fact that the fries had little flavor. The sauce was tangy with some spice. It brought an assortment of flavor when added to any of the foods. Lastly, the slice of bread, even though there wasn’t much to it, bridged flavor and the meal all together. My overall thought was Chick-fil-a isn’t the only good chicken restaurant, just a commonly known one. 

 

Chick-fil-a    (⅗)  

   I ordered a four piece chicken strip meal with fries and Chick-fil-a sauce. I was surprised that the chicken strips were juicy, soft and very easy to chew. If I wait long enough they might have just melted in my mouth. The fries had plenty of flavor and salt. The Chick-fil-a sauce was sweet and supported the flavors of the foods, but wasn’t flavorful. My overall thought was that Chick-fil-a is good, but might be a bit more overrated than people think. Both are fantastic chicken places.