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Friday, 30 August 2019



that krunchy chicken sounds nice!


Good choice with the fried fish and the chicken meal deal (wow, that honey butter biscuit has a nice crisp top).


It's really good chicken, Kat. A proprietary recipe which is unique.

The location is across from a High School and I think some of the deals are good for the kids walking home, cc. It worked out well in my case with the fish and then The Mister and I discovered the wonderful quality Chinese flavors and food from the kitchen. I never tried the Krispy Krunchy when I saw it elsewhere and now am craving it; would be perfect on a crispy salad.


I didn't know that Krispy Krunchy Chicken had more than one location in SD!


Yes, Sandy! No matter when the craving hits, you can find Krispy Krunchy within a few miles. If you are with someone who doesn't want the chicken, the Chinese options are great, too.


The food looks pretty good. Bummer they got rid of the mongolian bbq.


It's very good here, Soo. Mongolian BBQ is a pretty specific item and until you've done it, you might not want to try it 'alone' for the first time. The freshness of everything and the queries if we liked it all was very refreshing to encounter.

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