Review: Shake Shack’s chicken sandwich is great

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Chickn Shack Shake ShackUpdate January 29, 2016- I noticed that they use hormone-free, antibiotic-free, free-range chickens.

January 4, 2016- by Steven E. Greer

The experimental chicken sandwich rolled out in Brooklyn last year has now gone corporate-wide at Shake Shack. They did not screw it up. It is actually a great sandwich.

They use moist breast meat, which is breaded in a crunchy coating. They add a few pickles to be consistent with Chick-fil-A, which started this craze.

I noted something that few others would pick up. They are not allowed to use the term “Chicken Shack” because of another restaurant that is suing them, and also because I was threatening to sue. So, instead, they use “Chick’n Shack”.

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