and should be enjoyed everyday.
Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona.
Friday, June 3, 2011
Chesters Chicken may out do the Colonel.
Chesters Fried Chicken
17 North Main Street
Monticello UT 84535
Hours: Monday - Saturday from 6am to 3 pm
Inside the Shell station, on the corner of Main and Center Streets, there is a small area reserved for Chesters. If you have never tried Chesters and are a fan of fried chicken, then you should, but beware, as their fried chicken gives the Colonel (KFC) a run for his money.
The chicken is crispy on the outside, moist and tender on the inside and flavorful; though it’s fried, there is very little grease. There is the usual assortment of parts: breast, wing, leg or thigh and they also have their own version of a hot wing and chicken tenders. The potato wedges are a bit pricey at 50 cents a wedge, but they are good; and there is an assortment of sauces to use on the chicken and wedges.
Recently they have started to serve breakfast items, and the breakfast sandwiches are quite good; made fresh, not the typical microwave fare. They will also be serving fresh made breakfast plates starting this June.
Posted by Mary Cokenour at 4:41 PM
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