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Dining with Delia Jo at Super Chix

Super Chix recently opened their second location in CityLine Richardson. Their first location is just a hop, skip, and a jump from our place, so I was excited to be invited in for a media menu sampling. I've been a fan of the food at Super Chix since they opened, this just allowed me to get a little more up close and personal with the full menu.

The ultimate Super Chix feast

Prior to this visit I don't think I fully understood the utmost dedication to quality at Super Chix. Like, yes, I knew it was fresh, tasty food, but I truly didn't "get it".

Super Chix has their veggies delivered every single day. They slice them up by hand. No pre-cut ingredients here. They use Beefsteak tomatoes for their freshness and flavor. They serve pickles that are brined for 38 days, and there's no high fructose corn syrup or preservatives involved in the process, so they're stored chilled until they're served to you, the happy customer. Try them fried, as a side, or just enjoy them on your chicken sandwich of choice in all their dill-icious glory. (See what I did there?)

Fried Pickles

The sandwiches all come served on a butter-toasted potato bun, and the chicken filets are all hand-breaded. Those who don't do fried can still find something to dine on, as SC serves Grilled Chicken, salads, cole slaw, and fruit cups.

Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich + Fries
The Nashville Hot Chicken takes me back to my Nashville days. It packs some seriously addictive heat. The Nashville hot sauce also makes an excellent dipping sauce for your fries or perfectly seasoned, egg-dipped chicken tenders. 

Ah the fries, y'all. Choose from regular salt, signature sweet, or rosemary black pepper seasoned. Eat them hot and fresh, and in your dipping sauce of choice. I'm always a fan of getting ALL THE SAUCES, so I love the choices at SC. In addition to the Nashville Hot sauce, they have Alabama White sauce (roll tide),  Mississippi Comeback Sauce, and Cucumber Dill Ranch.

Chicken Tender + ALL THE SAUCES 

I'm seriously loving all the local restaurants supporting different soda companies. Stubborn Soda is one of my newest favorites.

Stubborn Sodas on tap
My personal favorite Stubborn Soda is the Black Cherry with Tarragon. The great thing about Stubborn is they're fair trade certified, and use no artificial sweeteners or high fructose corn syrup, and they do use all natural flavors.

Black Cherry Stubborn Soda

You'll want to save room for the custard here. It's flavored with their own Super Chix Vanilla Blend, a combo of Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla Beans and Indonesian Vanilla Beans.  This is not your mama's vanilla ice cream, y'all.  They also feature rotating weekly flavors, and custard flights to let you sample all three.  Pro tip from a little birdie over at the Super Chix marketing team: try dipping the signature sweet fries in the vanilla custard for a pleasant little bite of salty, sweet, hot, and cold.

Chocolate & Vanilla Custards

Expert Level Super Chix dining

All this to say, Super Chix is one of my top choices for chicken and for fast casual dining in Dallas. It's also super family friendly, so it's a great choice for those with kids. 

I've attached below the featured custard flavors for the next few weeks, so you can schedule in a visit based on your favorite flavors. 

12/26 - Chocolate Peppermint Chunk
1/2 - English Toffee Coffee
1/9 - Strawberry Shortcake
1/16  - Coffee & Donuts
1/23 -  Drumstick
1/30 - Nutella Brownie

   Super Chix Richardson                             Super Chix Dallas
1551 EAST RENNER RD.                        14999 Preston Rd 
         SUITE 830                                          Suite 226
RICHARDSON, TX 75082                      Dallas, TX 75254

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