Lots of folks like their chicken fried, myself included. But If you like a little more variety in life check out all of these poultry dishes prepared to make your taste buds take flight.
An apt name for a family run resto whose exceptional lentil soup and chicken doner kebab will keep you coming back for more.
If beautiful broasted chicken (with a side of fries) or burgers are your thing then this old school bar will be sure to satisfy. Don't miss the generous daily happy hour 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. with bevs & bites for $2 - $4 or visit on Mannys Mondays for $3 pints and 50 cent wings.
Pool, pinball and karaoke (Fri-Sat) seal the deal.
Every city has restaurants and coffee shops proclaiming to be the world's best this or that. Ezell's shot for fame but ended up the best fried chicken in Seattle too.
The big sister of Cafe Presse, this lively room serves up first-rate french fare including a roast chicken which is well worth the hour wait.
The tortas and tacos are standard fare but the roasted chicken is what makes this spot worth a drive across town.
This lovely room has sweeping views of Elliott Bay and plays hosts to some tremendous wine dinners, a well priced cheese & antipasto buffet and an excellent happy hour.
Chicken & Waffles and whiskey (and oddly salads) keep me coming back to this cozy joint. Friendly barkeeps and a large deck make it a perfect stop during the twice daily happy hour 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. - midnight.
I dare you to make a repeat visit to this family run Chinese noodle shop after trying their fried butter garlic chicken wings and the braised duck soup with egg noodles without ordering them each time you visit. Fast, courteous service and free on-site parking seal the deal.
Perfectly roasted chicken paired with perfectly golden fries makes me think it's a good thing I don't live closer. I mean you can't live on chicken and taters alone -- even if you might like too.
Order the three piece dark meat with a roll for $6.35. Nuff said. Well on second thought, maybe order an extra roll and a side of mashed potatoes and gravy.