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King Edward's Fried Chicken [Mar 5, 2007]

    The newest restaurant in Troy is the newest location for King Edward's Fried Chicken, which has been on South Duchesne in St. Charles since 1966. Mike and Tina Hickman have owned the St. Charles location since 1999 and own the location in Troy. In St. Charles, the restaurant sells nearly 10,000 pieces of chicken a week and 200 pounds of catfish. King Edward's brings in fresh white-skinned chicken daily before cutting, breading, and frying it themselves.

I stopped in at King Edward's over the weekend after hearing about it earlier in the day. It felt alot like walking into the Soup Nazi's place on an episode of Seinfeld. It was tough deciding amongst all the glorious fried goodies, including catfish, cod, shrimp, froglegs, clam strips and salmon in addition to chicken. I finally went with the chicken strips and fries for $5.39. King Edward's offers a vast menu of side items including red beans and rice, corn on the cob, and mashed potatoes.

The breading was light and the strips were excellent. Ive never tasted so much chicken rather than breading. The strips were even good cold the next day, which is an excellent attribute. I will definitely be stopping back in soon. I might try the lunch special of 4 mixed pieces of fried chicken, fries and a drink for $4.97, mainly because it sounds like such a sweet deal.

King Edward's Fried Chicken is located in Oakley Plaza along with River's Edge Pizza off of HWY 47. The restaurant is open 11 am -7 pm Mon-Sat. The menu is available on their website

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posted by Ryan Brockschmitt, 7:01 PM

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Best chicken i haev ever tasted

Will not go anywhere else for Fried Chicken and i live in St.Louis cty and drive to St.charles once a week just to have King Edwards Chicken
commented by Anonymous Anonymous, 3:18 PM  

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