Is Chick Fil A really that good?

Does their food live up to the expectations?

A Chick-fil-A fast food restaurant location on an early summer evening in West St. Paul, Minnesota.

Tony Webster

A Chick-fil-A fast food restaurant location on an early summer evening in West St. Paul, Minnesota.

Jorja Wilson, Reporter

Chick Fil A has grown into one of the most popular fast-food restaurants of the generation. It is a savored food chain with many fan favorites that are exclusive to only them, such as their sauces. But is their food really that good, or is it just hype?

Many say that the service is never lacking, and is one of the many things that they are known for. But great customer service does not make up for their lack of flavors.

To get a sandwich with toppings such as lettuce and tomato, it costs up to $3 more. If you want to order a decent sandwich, you pay $8, and then you have to ask for more sauces to make it not as dry.

Chick Fil A is all about the chicken, no burgers, or hotdogs. Their classic sandwich is chicken and pickles on a white bun. Although their food is good, it is not as good as people make it up to be. They are very average, like every other fast food service.

People overhype them and make the expectations high, but Chick Fil A rarely meets them. Without their unique sauces, they would be just like any other fast-food spot. Their food is good, just not that good.