60 Second Review: Joeys Fried Chicken
[Continuing the ORIGINAL Hoboken411 “60 Second Review” series…]
New Fried Chicken Contender in Hoboken!
Getting excellent fried chicken in Hoboken has always been a bit of a difficult task. Such a simple premise, yet no clear winners. Cluck-U is OK in a pinch, but leaves you feeling unfulfilled (and quite violated at times). The new Korean Chicken Factory is great – but only serves legs and wings – not apples to apples.
Well it seems that Joey’s BBQ (916 Wash) takes “Southern Style Fried Chicken” up a notch in the Mile Square.
- Fried Chicken Pieces: Legs, Thighs, Wings and Breasts. Juicy & moist – and just crispy enough. Decent flavor and your choice of dipping sauces (Honey mustard, BBQ and Buffalo).
- Jumbo Tenders: Plump and filling. Genuine (real) chicken breast. Ordered a 5-piece ($8) and couldn’t finish but three of them. Stuffed to the gills.
How Joeys does it
For the Chicken “parts,” Joey’s doesn’t just fry them – it’s a two part process.
First, the fresh chicken is pre-cooked and smoked it their BBQ pit. Then, they dredge it in their own “secret selection” of seasonings and flour (ask for extra if you want a more crispy outside). It’s then cooked to perfection in pure canola oil.
The tenders, however, are done by just frying – but equally tasty.
If you haven’t tried them yet – give it a shot, and share your feedback. If you have – how would you rate it?
[Stay tuned for the next Hoboken 60 Second Review! – Note: Submit your 60 second review by emailing Hoboken411 along with a brief paragraph a couple photos, and how you’d like to be credited… ]