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  • The Grille Stop has been around for as long as I can remember and my absolute favourite food item on their menu is their Spicy Chicken
  • I believe it is this sauce and part of the chicken which carries most of the flavour and spiciness
  • I love The Grille Stop's Spicy Chicken and have never found anything that tasted like this elsewhere
  • It is the best especially if you add a bit of ketchup and hot sauce at the side for dipping the flesh of the chicken into, not the skin

    • by RJR
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      The Grille Stop has been around for as long as I can remember and my absolute favourite food item on their menu is their Spicy Chicken. I usually go there solely to buy a piece of Spicy Chicken with a side of some sort.

      The Grille Stop’s Spicy Chicken looks a like fried chicken and I want to believe that it really is because this is


      how the “crust or skin” tastes, it is nice and crunchy and very flavourful. Although it has the fried chicken look it is covered and smothered in a orange coloured sauce almost similar to those you find Buffalo Chicken Wings covered in.

      The “crust or skin” of The Grille Stop’s Spicy Chicken is completely Soaked through in this orange colour as well. I believe it is ...


      • this sauce and part of the chicken which carries most of the flavour and spiciness. The spiciness of The Grille Stop’s Spicy Chicken is bearable and not overly hot.

        The flesh itself of The Grille Stop’s Spicy Chicken is cooked to perfection. Soft, juicy and just a plain pleasure to eat. It seems that they marinate it in a slightly spicy sauce of sorts before cooking

        as the meat of the chicken itself also carries this flavour with visible speckles of spices on the top of the flesh.

        I love The Grille Stop’s Spicy Chicken and have never found anything that tasted like this elsewhere. It is the best especially if you add a bit of ketchup and hot sauce at the side for dipping the flesh of the chicken into, not the skin.




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