Top Reasons We Love Guy Fieri’s Chicken Guy! at Disney Springs
One of the very best things to do while visiting Disney Springs is try some new foods. After all, there are dozens of fabulous restaurants in this shopping hub, and it would be a shame not to try one or two. Of course, the problem is choosing where to go. With so many wonderful options, picking just one or two can feel overwhelming, to say the least. Our suggestion? Visit more than once so you can try multiple places! If you can only visit once though, we suggest you decide whether you prefer quick-service or table-service and go from there. If quick-service is your cup of tea, we highly recommend giving Chicken Guy! a try. Here are 8 great reasons why we love it, and we know you will too!
1. Fun Surroundings
Guy Ferrari, the celebrity chef of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, is the brains behind this operation. Therefore, as you might expect, the restaurant is just as fun as he is. The staff are exceedingly friendly and helpful, the atmosphere is laid-back, the decor is bright and fun, and all in all, this is just a novel place to eat. Obviously, Disney World vacations are meant to be fun, so we’d go ahead and say this eatery fits perfectly into Disney Springs.
2. All Natural
Most people don’t expect much in the way of quality when it comes to fast food joints. Therefore, many are surprised to learn that Chicken Guy! makes a point of serving only the highest quality chicken. Their chicken is all-natural, free of antibiotics, and never frozen. This is an unusual and wonderful thing to find in a quick-service spot, and we recommend enjoying it to the fullest by ordering plenty of chicken.
3. Incredible Fried Chicken
Just as you might imagine, that all-natural chicken cooks up quite nicely. The most popular items at this chicken joint are their fried tenders, and boy are they good. The tenders are pounded almost flat and hand-breaded using some wonderful spices before being fried and served up either on their own or as part of a sandwich. Despite the flatness of these tenders, they are not overcooked. In fact, they are surprisingly juicy and definitely something you’re going to want to try.
Chris Gonzales is a writer and freelance editor who hails from Oklahoma City but full-time RVs with his wife and son. As a family of WDW Passholders, they spend much of their time in Orlando and have become quite knowledgable about the parks. Though their travels take them away from time to time, they always find their way back.