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Monday, 20 January 2014


Susan B

I used to live in La Habra, during my high school years, and never once heard about this place! Looks delish though, clearly I've got to go on a road trip myself.


Broasted chicken AND broasted potatoes?!?!! How lucky you were to live so close. Glad you got to enjoy it again.


Definitely going to give it a shot if I can find any in the South.


Hi Susan - I hope you do get to go on a roadtrip. Chicken Box was right over the hill from us when we lived in Rowland Heights.

Hi Cathy - It was great to have this again aftger all these years....and to know it was still good.

Hi Billy - There must be at least one broasted chicken place in SATX.


That sure looks good! Are there any broasted chicken places in San Diego that are ok?


Hi Soo - Give Jimmy's in Santee a try:
Jimmy's Family Restaurant
9635 Mission Gorge Rd
Santee, CA 92071


That looks good. I have that place bookmarked on Yelp but never made when visiting Disneyland. Have to make it a point to try it on the next visit. On our last trip tried Cream Pan and that was awesome.


Hi Kyle - This is pretty much a take-out shack....good to take back to your room. I'd think about getting sides elsewhere.


I use to have a Broaster House in the city I lived in back on the mainland east coast. Almost every week there was a Broasted Chicken dinner with broasted potatoes, pasta with red sauce and Italian antipasto salad in my house. Now living in Hawaii there is no Broasted Chicken in the islands so I approximate by pressure cooking my chicken for 50% of their cooking time with herbs and spices and then coating the chicken in a flour mix and quickly deep frying them to get the light thin crust. Almost the same as going to a Broaster House!


Sounds good Ken!

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