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South Bay's famous duo, the HUNGRY HOMBRES, have been scouting local restaurants and eateries for years, finding the best food and deals around town. Join the Hungry Hombres as regulars to Louisiana Fried Chicken San Diego.

Louisiana Famous Fried Chicken SD

Exceptional Value, Exceptional Taste

Southern style food with Southern Hospitality!

Louisiana Famous Fried Chicken San Diego offers fried chicken, chicken strips, chicken nuggets, gizzards, shrimp, and fish with a variety of other southern style takeout dishes. Louisiana Famous Fried Chicken is part of a national chain, but has the feel of a family-run, neighborhood chicken stand. The restaurant is mainly a to-go-only establishment but there are outdoor tables available for dining.

 

On the Menu: Try the authentic southern style gumbo. The menu also includes a variety of southern sides such as dirty rice, fried okra, collared greens, red beans, corn bread, mashed potatoes & gravy, French fries, Cajun chili fries, coleslaw, macaroni salad and, or course, corn. Desserts included cheesecake, pecan pie, sweet potato pie, red velvet cake and lemon cake.

 

Hours:

Monday - Saturday 11am to 9pm

Sunday 11am to 6pm

Type of food:

Cajun style Fried Chicken, Fish, Shrimp, Gumbo and more.

Price Range: Louisiana Fried Chicken offers a wide variety of combo options, all inexpensive and most served with fries and a roll. An every day lunch special will run you $1.99 for a 2 piece only or $2.99 with a side (does not include breast).

Service: The counter help is down home friendly & full of suggestions. Take advantage of their free Gumbo sample.

Alcohol:

No

Web site:

www.LouisianaFriedChickenSanDiego.com

 

 

 

Don't forget the Red Sauce!

We opted for the Family Pack dinner that included 12 pieces of chicken, 2 sides and 6 rolls. The dinner was appealing to the eye with its red spiced color and was delicious when dipped in the signature Cajun tartar sauce or spicy "Red Sauce".

 

The two sides we tried were ones you don't find in this part of the country much... fried okra and dirty rice, both of which brought fond memories of visits to the south.

 

Famous since 1976