Mrs. Knott's Chicken-to-Go

8039 Beach Blvd.
Buena Park, CA 90620
714-220-5055

Details

  • $$
  • Takeout
  • Parking Lot Available, Street Parking
  • Reservations Not Necessary
Mrs. Knott's Chicken-to-Go counter is located mere feet from where people will stand for hours to get a seat at the chicken-dinner restaurant. It remains puzzling why anyone bothers with the restaurant when you can conceivably be licking your fingers and rubbing your tummies full from a meal well-eaten while the rest of the schmucks are still waiting in line. People: It's the same chicken! And on top of that, it's less expensive. A dinner bucket at $19.95 can easily feed four people, with nine pieces of hen, two tubs of mashed potatoes, a tub of gravy, an equally tall tub of a side of our choice, plus more biscuits (of the tender and fluffy variety) with boysenberry preserves (a fruit that was popularized by Walter Knott, donchaknow) than you'll know what to do with. You'll even get paper plates and utensils so you can gulp it all down at a nearby picnic table.

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