Sunday, January 1, 2012
The chicken fingers are excellent. They're cooked perfectly, served hot and juicy. Loved them. Also, on the plus side, Cain's is comfortable and clean, has a modern interior and a friendly staff.
$6.50 for 3 strips of chicken, about 4 ounces I'll guess, plus fries, toast and a drink is a little pricey on my balance scale of value and cost, because . . .
The fries are wimpy and the Texas toast, while thick, is light and a pretty tasteless piece of toasted bread.
Raising Canes is not in the McDonald's/Taco Bell dollar menu category, they are more the In-N-Out, Chipotle category which is a little more expensive for a little better quality.
But that's a distinction I am not liable to make on the side of Raising Cane's when I'm looking for chicken, even though compared to that slab of white shoe-leather they serve at Chik Fil A, it's heaven.
If they could give me a crispy french fry and a heartier piece of bread and maybe another piece of chicken at $6.50, I'm happy. But I'm not looking at their numbers so that may be asking for too much.
I liked it, the chicken is delicious. I might go back, but not often.