R has been telling us about L.A. Chicken for a couple times. From what he described, people would never want to eat KFC or Church after they had L.A. Chicken. That’s quite some compliment to the store, don’t you think? Anyway – that type of claim captured Greeny’s attention so we were set out to try.
Located in a little food square on No.5 Road, L.A. Chicken wasn’t too difficult to find. We were pretty lucky that a parking space freed up when we got there. From the outside, it looked kind of creepy. When we headed inside, the décor was just… sad… But hey – we were here for the food so never mind about how it looks.While we were trying to decide, the lady at the cashier kindly told us about the specials they had. We ended up ordering…
|4-Piece Dinner ($10.99)|
The fried chicken was worth the rave from R, but I think it wouldn’t be as tasty if we have brought it home from Richmond. While we were eating, I’ve noticed that many of the customers were returning customers or the frequents. They would come in, chit chat with the lady (whom I’m assuming is the owner) and order “the usual”. This was quite rare to see for a fried chicken place (at least I thought so). If you haven’t tried this place, make sure to give it a shot when you’re in Richmond – I think it will be worth your while.