Is Boston Market’s Nashville Hot Breaded Chicken Sandwich worth the hype?
If you’re a chicken sandwich fan, you should definitely give Boston Market’s Nashville Hot Breaded Chicken Sandwich a try. Ever since Popeyes introduced the world to their crispy chicken sandwich, we’ve been debating if their version is better than Chick Fil A’s chicken sandwich.
Well, that’s about to change since your favorite rotisserie chicken restaurant just introduced their version of the sandwich, and they’ve taken us by surprise.
For starters, Nashville Hot Breaded Chicken Sandwich comes served in a brioche bun, with 4 slices of pickles. The chicken breast is a good size and consists of all-white meat. Since it’s a restaurant specializing in rotisserie chicken, the all-white meat chicken breast patty was juicy and tender while not overwhelmingly covered with bread crumbs.
The best part was the combination of spicy Nashville hot sauce with ranch, the spiciness of the hot sauce counterbalanced well with the ranch sauce and was totally unexpected.
The premium price point is the only drawback we can think of. A Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich is currently priced at $5.99, while a combo will cost you $8.98, which comes with a side and a drink. For reference, the most affordable Chick-Fil-A chicken sandwich is priced at $3.79, and Popeyes sell their chicken sandwich for $3.99, so Boston Market is charging a premium price point, and you will have to decide for yourself if you think it is worth it.
Personally, I enjoyed the Nashville Hot Breaded Chicken Sandwich, but at 610 Calories and priced at $3.00 more than its nearest competitors; I will enjoy Boston Market’s version of the chicken sandwich sparingly.
For a limited time, use this coupon to enjoy a free Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich with the purchase of Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich Meal.