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Posted by FoodConnoisseur on 01/31/2007
I stumbled upon this place and happy I did. Perfectly cooked chicken that is great either on a pita or in a salad.
Posted by foodreviewguy on 06/04/2006
Right by the 86th st. 6 train so i figured i would try it. honestly you will not find a better grilled chicken sandwich/value meal for $6 in the city. i will definitly go back.
Posted by chickenfreak on 05/19/2006
I love Chirping Chicken and I enjoyed their bbq chicken since 1991. Their specialty is lightly herbed bbq chicken. It's taste is unparralled. * Garden Salad (w/iceberg lettuce) needs to be chopped a little more though ! There is something important that the owners should address. Thorugh the years the chicken has gotten thinner, slimmer and skinnier while price adjustments were made accurately to maintain fat profits. HELLOOO! The thinner, the slimmer and the skinnier the chicken; the less juicy it becomes. Here is your fair WARNING! I will not be there if your chicken at your bbq gets DRY! OK! Bring back those chubby, juicy chicken on your BBQ or you will loose me and my fellow Chirping Chicken fans soon!...
Posted by Local on 11/20/2005
Best food for the buck in the area.
Posted by sam kassam on 11/19/2005
Chicken place? Where's your fried chicken? Where's your breaded chicken sandwich?
Posted by Anonymous on 08/15/2005
The food here is always very good but the service was substandard. I asked for Chicken and ribs and they give me only ribs, and charged me for ribs and 2 side orders, which I never got. Basically they got my order wrong, and then got THAT order wrong as well. When I asked for some cole slaw, they thought I didnt want it. Significant communication problems.
Posted by chicken expert on 06/13/2005
This is passable chicken at best for those on a very tight budget. Pay a little more everywhere else but get much better quality. Dry, overcooked chicken from a hole in the wall pit is not my idea of great chicken.