Fried Chicken Sandwich

Fried chicken sandwiches can be as basic as a morning biscuit in which nestles a piece of unadorned fried chicken; or they can be bounteous heroes, such as that made at Bakesale Betty’s in Oakland, California. Here, the fried chicken sandwich is a large, chewy-crusted bun loaded with coarse-cut cole slaw and pieces of fried chicken breast so massive that they defy the most capacious jaws. It goes without saying that you probably want boneless fried chicken in a sandwich, but the revered Price’s Chicken Coop of Charlotte, North Carolina, does serve a nominal sandwich of three chicken wings, bone and all, on a burger bun. The bun helps get wings to mouth without messing up fingers too badly, and it also sops up whatever sauce or spice the wings are wearing, thus becoming a tasty bite itself.

Restaurants With This Dish

Chick’n & Mi


Bolton’s Spicy Chicken & Fish


Good Dough


Leon’s Poultry & Oyster Shop


Fully dressed Swiss cheeseburger
Cassell’s Hamburgers | Classic Burger Diner | Los Angeles


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