Five Things I Liked About Chicken Salad Chick/Mall Of Georgia

The other day I met my girlfriend Ramona for lunch. She told me about this new spot that just opened at Mall Of Georgia called, Chicken Salad Chick and I was very intrigued to try it! I’ve road by this place several times, so I was delighted to finally try it out! Once we entered the restaurant I really liked the decor. Very warm and friendly atmosphere and it kinda reminded you of eating lunch at your aunties house lol.

We quickly ordered off the menu and I also placed a to-go order for my son. They have tons of chicken salad options and soups which are my favorite combination! I ordered the pimento cheese sandwich combo that came with soup, crackers and cookie. I got the potatoe soup. My friend ordered the regular chicken salad sandwich combo with broccoli and cheese soup. We got our drinks and sat in the dining area and waited on our waitress to bring over our food. The place was spotless and our food came out minutes later. I have inside, five things that I liked about the restaurant and if you’re in the area, you have to check them out, so good!

  • The food at Chicken Salad Chick was extremely fresh.
  • The decor is warm and inviting.
  • The cookies they sell are excellent!
  • The customer service was great!
  • Overall my experience was really, really good!

Chicken Salad Chick

3385 Woodward Crossing Blvd

Buford, Ga 30519

Stacy Brown has always been on a quest to find the perfect chicken salad. One day she had an epiphany: Everyone’s idea of the perfect chicken salad is completely different! The stay-at-home mom set to work perfecting her own recipe, recruiting her family and neighbors to taste-test, before arriving at the one.

Once Stacy had the chicken salad that made her family and friends say “mmm, yes ma’am,” she started dropping off samples of her creation in teachers’ lounges and hair salons, and then began selling door-to-door. Orders poured in; Chicken Salad Chick was born. One day Stacy received a call from Stan with the Lee County Health Department, who told her the home business was illegal. With her chicken salad still in high demand, Stacy and her husband, Kevin Brown, were motivated to open up a carry-out only, humble yet honest-to-goodness restaurant where they could spread joy, enrich lives, and serve others. The rest, as they say, is history.

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