Hill Country Chicken around the corner, naturally, I was excited to try it.
complained of the place being overpriced, but given that this was delicious and filling, I'll disagree. The chicken was succulent with a thin coating of seasoned breading that didn't overwhelm (but one of my dining companions thought that though the fried skin tasted good on the chicken, it was a bit odd-tasting on its own). The biscuit was just okay; it lacked a buttery fluffiness. The corn salad was a good side that felt somewhat healthy. I also had a chance to taste the Texas Tenders, which looked so thick I thought they'd be dry. They weren't and were impressively juicy. The fries were also decent.
While the a la carte option does make the whole experience seem more expensive, I like the option of being able to easily turn this fried chicken into a snack. That should say a lot; I plan to be back.