Sunday, April 10, 2016

Roy Rogers Restaurants Showcases Hand-Battered Chicken Strips

From our friends at Roy Rogers Restaurants...

Roy Rogers Restaurants will highlight a fan favorite on its menu this Spring - its hand-battered Chicken Strips.

Famously known for its fresh, never frozen Fried Chicken, the quick service chain prepares its Chicken Strips with the same recipe - hand battered and breaded in Roy’s special seasoning in the restaurants and fried to a golden crisp. The iconic brand will emphasize Chicken Strips portion sizes, including 5-piece and 10-piece meals that can be enjoyed by individual guests as well as shared with family and friends.

“Many guests enjoy our Chicken Strips as a portable, shareable option to our ever popular Roy’s Fried Chicken,” said Carrie Isabell, Director of Marketing of Roy Rogers Restaurants. “With several dipping sauces to choose from and various side dishes, our chicken strips are the perfect menu item to enjoy as part of a family meal or even as a snack with friends.”

Customers can pair chicken strips with a variety of Roy Rogers’ signature dipping sauces, including Ken’s Boom Boom Sauce - a spicy sweet and creamy sauce with a bold blend of aged cayenne pepper and Asian chilies. The sauce is a popular favorite that has been deemed as both craveable and possibly addictive among Roy’s guests.

About Roy Rogers® Restaurants:
Based in Frederick, Maryland, the Plamondon Companies own and operate 23 Roy Rogers Restaurants and oversee 27 franchise locations in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Roy Rogers Restaurants are known in the industry as the “Triple Threat” - serving USDA choice top round roast beef, hand-breaded, fresh fried chicken and great tasting burgers. Unique to Roy’s is the Fixin’s Bar, featuring a variety of condiments, such as fresh lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onions, jalapeƱos and signature sauces. Amenities include drive-thru, flat screen TV and free Wi-Fi. For more on our business, promotions, products and franchise opportunities, visit and follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.