Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

Wings, drums, and everything finger-licking good in between.
CB Eats | Carissa & Bridget
CB Eats | Carissa & Bridget

How else could Jollibee improve their signature Chickenjoy? By coating it in chilli sauce of course. JollyChilli Chicken is probably Jollibee’s attempt at Korean-style fried chicken and features fried chicken coated in a thick sweet and spicy sauce. They aren’t playing around with the spice though, so this isn’t a dish for those with a low spice tolerance. Otherwise, great to warm up your insides on a rainy day.

Despite being an “ala carte” item, the chicken actually comes with 1 side of your choice - great way to complete the meal.

While it is no secret that Jollibee serves up some pretty delicious fried chicken (crispy and juicy and everything good fried chicken should taste like), the truly underrated menu item is Jolly Spaghetti.

While it looks unassuming, the spaghetti finds a way into your heart (and stomach) with the sweet spaghetti sauce that is characteristic of Filipino-style spaghetti. Throw in some equally sweet sliced up hotdogs and grated cheese for good measure because why not?

Whisk & Paddle is known for their waffles, and for good reason. This waffle was soft and fluffy and had just a hint of sweetness.

This is a unique take on chicken and waffles as there is no maple syrup in the dish, but instead the waffle is served alongside nanban sauce and egg tartar (think atas creamy egg mayo). There were five boneless chicken chunks on top which were tender with just a slight crispy skin. Overall, the different components of the dish complemented one another and made for a satisfying meal.

The Beast’s rendition of Chicken & Waffles included a huge piece of fried boneless chicken thigh, a sunny side-up, and a buttermilk waffle. The waffle served here is not fluffy but very crispy, which may not be for everyone. However, it went great with their house-made bourbon maple butter sauce which I must note, is very strong. The best part of the dish was the well-seasoned, juicy chicken that was crispy yet remained tender at the same time.

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This unassuming plate of chicken wings was actually chock full of flavour. They arrived to the table freshly grilled and with a distinctive, smoky aroma. The wings themselves were juicy and meaty, and were wonderfully seasoned with a mixture of cumin, pepper, and other spices.

The wings were plump and juicy, and retained their crispness despite being tossed in a generous amount of sweet, sticky BBQ sauce. The accompanying buttermilk-dill dip tasted like a lighter version of sour cream, which provided a nice contrast in flavour to the smoky BBQ.

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