I ate the Popeyes Chicken Waffle Tenders
I don’t really eat fast food. I didn’t grow up eating it; there were way better thing to eat in Queens. During law school I went to Wendy’s about 4 times when I was starving and at the library at midnight. Sometimes advertising works, as was the case when I passed Popeyes and saw the ad for chicken waffle tenders; chicken tenders, in a waffle batter. I couldn’t stop myself from trying it.
I ended up getting a few tenders with cajun fries and a biscuit. It was all about $4. The batter was not crispy at all and has an artificial sweetness that did not need the a maple dipping sauce it came with. Honey mustard from my fridge was far better. I would recommend that others refrain from impulsively ordering this product based on the pictures and clever gimmick. Good thing they are only available for a limited time. On the flip side, the cajun fries and biscuit were hella good.
Popeyes, 901 Market St & 801 Broad St