10 Worst to Best Chicken Chains

1. Champs Chicken

Champs Chicken is sold in 1,500 gas stations and convenience stores in 40 states. Champs Chicken's gas station location doesn't make it a shabby restaurant. 

2. Boston Market

Boston Market has been serving delicious rotisserie chicken and homestyle meals for decades. Their chicken has deteriorated in recent years. The once-reliable restaurant now serves rubbery chicken and weak flavor.

3.Bojangles' Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits

Bojangles' Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits' appealing name made us want to like it. It wasn't meant to be. Bojangles' bone-in chicken is extremely oily. The chicken may taste wonderful, but you won't notice because of the fat.

4. KFC

Most county residents used to eat at KFC. Their inconsistency has driven many customers away. The occasional exquisite chicken is rare these days.

5. Lee's Famous Recipe Chicken

Lee's tastes like KFC. Though blasphemous, it may be preferable. Lee's chicken is more consistent and pepperier than KFC's. It's fresh and tastier than KFC. Breast strips' breading glows.

6. Raising Cane's

Raising Cane's is one of America's fastest-growing restaurant chains, chicken or otherwise. In 2016, it was the fastest, boosting sales by about 26%. Is Raising Cane's chicken the best? No way

7. Zaxby's

Zaxby's is a middle-of-the-road chicken restaurant. Some Zaxbys have great chicken, but others have tough, old-tasting meat. Location and time determine it.

8. Church's Chicken

Church's Chicken has the greatest fried chicken breading. Crispiness, seasoning—perfect. However, a big bite leaves you disappointed. 

9. TKK Fried Chicken

TKK offers Original, Crispy Mild, and Crispy Spicy fried chicken. Try one of the crunchy ones for a wonderful treat. TKK sells fresh-fried chicken, wings, tenders, and sandwiches.


Jollibee's menu includes Jolly Spaghetti with banana ketchup sauce and Halo-Halo, a bean-based dessert that's delicious.

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