These chicken nuggets ranked low because they tasted processed. A four-piece dish at a competing fast-food business cost $2.19.
Burger King nuggets were piping hot. But, thin breading and processed chicken resembled frozen chicken nuggets.
Wendy's chicken nuggets are crispier than Burger King and McDonald's, but the meat tastes manufactured.
These fresh chicken bits are excellent for young hands. We would have liked more seasoning, but Chick-fil-A has many dipping sauces.
Because of the thick coating of breading and special spice, the outside is deliciously crunchy. Furthermore, these use real chicken breasts for their construction.
You'll adore this if you're a fan of crunchy, substantial breading. The flavor was excellent, but we thought it almost overpowered the chicken.
Even picky eaters will like the sauce and dip options. Again, these chicken bits resembled fingers.
The light, savory coating doesn't dominate the chicken, but it's still delicious. Large chunks make a four-piece order feel like a feast.