Recently I visited Mary Brown's (2 Henderson Drive, Aurora, Ontario) for some fried chicken for lunch.
The Order: Six Piece meal with Potato Wedges, cole slaw and a can of Pepsi.
I waited about five minutes for my order to be prepared which was adequate. I grabbed my bag and returned to my workplace to eat.
At work, unwrapping my order I noticed there was only one box, which I assumed was the chicken and a smaller container of Cole Slaw. I wondered where my potato wedges were, I paid for it gosh darn it! They didn't seem to be in my bag to go.
I opened what I figured to be the chicken box only to find potato wedges. But there was the aroma of fried chicken tickeling my nose. I dug into the box a little further to find the chicken. They had buried the chicken in with potato wedges which, even my coworkers agreed, was a little weird.
The food itself was decent. The potato wedges was tasty with a potatoey taste. The wedges themselves competed with ketchup for my taste buds. The chicken though was unremarkable. The chicken tasted like anything you would receive at a reputable KFC. The cole slaw was barely a thimble full worth in quantity. I felt skimped on the slaw!
So overall, nothing really special about Mary Brown's except for the potato wedges. So I may return for a side of potato wedges for snacking purposes, but with a bill for over ten bucks for mediocre chicken with potato wedges, a lunch place it is not.
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