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Travel: Cluck n Cleaver

Cluck n Cleaver: 3ten.ca

Are you a foodie? We are, no doubt about it. We’ve driven an extra 700 miles to eat Lotus of Siam, travel to cities inspired by food (hello, Chicago!), and well, I run this lifestyle blog which is full of recipes and good eats. So, what does all of this mean? It means when I’m in Calgary and I have a chance to eat at Canada’s Top Chef Allstar’s restaurant, I’m going to take it. But only once. Read below as I share our experience with Cluck n Cleaver.

Cluck n Cleaver

It’s a take-away or delivery chicken joint. We knew this going in, so no surprises there.

Cluck n Cleaver: 3ten.ca

Cluck n Cleaver: 3ten.ca

They have a stand-up counter if you wanted to dig in right away – for us, we just headed back to the truck.

Cluck n Cleaver: 3ten.ca

Cluck n Cleaver: 3ten.ca

Cluck n Cleaver: 3ten.ca

Gluten free? Stick to all items rotisserie. Those items don’t look as appealing, but they’ll keep you safe.

My potatoes were under seasoned – and they were just potatoes. My chicken? I’ve had better from the grocery store counter. No lie.

I wanted more salt, more flavour, and more goodness.

Cluck n Cleaver: 3ten.ca

The best thing about Bryce’s mother clucker sandwich was the name. And yes, for 9$ it was okay. Nothing special. Sort of take it or leave it – maybe leave it more than take it. You can even see the bun is pretty soggy.

Cluck n Cleaver: 3ten.ca

Overall, I’m not too sure if we had a bad experience, since Google reviews rate the Cluck n Cleaver at 4.3, yet with Yelp and Zomato coming in at 3.5, I’m thinking no. Perhaps the people on Google haven’t had chicken like we’ve had, I’m not too sure.

Especially since Louts of Siam is rated at 4.6, 4.5 and 4.9 respectively. Darn, now I want to visit Las Vegas.

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