David Adjey and The Chickery introduce the world to the Better Chicken Segment as Expansion Begins
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David Adjey and The Chickery introduce the world to the Better Chicken Segment as Expansion Begins

Menu upgrades broaden appeal, has customers asking "What' s a chicken feather?", offer lower price options at every category

September 23, 2014 // Franchising.com // Toronto, Canada - The Chickery, which was founded in 2012 and offers recipes straight from local Toronto celebrity chef David Adjey's own kitchen, recently updated their menu. The menu has been refined to offer the same real authentic taste loyal customers have been accustomed to, at lower prices in every category. Most menu items are still made from scratch every day, including the brand new Chicken Feathers and the Ultimate Buttermilk Chicken Tenders were named one of the Best Chicken Fingers In Toronto!

Chicken Feathers are among the chef-crafted recipes that you can only get at The Chickery. Each feather is spiked with parmesan cheese, dusted with spices, and pairs deliciously with any of The Chickery's homemade sauces like ginger jalapeno plum, smokey ancho barbecue, or the signature Chickery Sauce. A recent Yelp review reads, "The deep fried coating on the chicken is light and firm while the chicken is super moist and juicy."

Other upgraded menu items include two additional sandwiches, specially created by Chef Adjey: the Parmesan Spike Chicken Feathers sandwich (slathered in cucumber ranch and fresh dill) and the Spicy Chickery Poppers sandwich (with pickled jalapenos and Southern corn chow-chow).

The Chickery is a pioneer in the fast casual 'better chicken', using Real, Fresh, High Quality Ingredients... All Natural, Never Frozen, Farm-to-Table, Humanely Raised Chicken, with no added water or flavoring. We invite all customers, new and old, to experience Chicken Feathers and all the 'Real Tasty Chicken and Sides' we have to offer.

For more information about The Chickery visit thechickery.com or like/follow on social media @thechickery.

The Chickery
130 Spadina Ave
Toronto, ON M5V 1X9

About The Chickery

The Chickery is a fast casual restaurant on the cutting edge of the increasingly popular better chicken segment, offering real, tasty chicken and sides. First and foremost, The Chickery is about premium roast chicken – using all natural, never frozen, farm-fresh, humanely raised chicken with no added water or flavoring. The Chickery's menu was created by renowned celebrity chef, David Adjey, who studied at the Culinary Institute of America and has dedicated his life to great food and proving that you can eat both quick and well. We use quality authentic ingredients to create recipes designed by a top chef. Not only is our chicken delicious, but our entire menu consists of delicious options you simply won't find at other chicken restaurants.

Learn more about franchising opportunities with The Chickery.

About David Adjey

Critically acclaimed chef, television personality and award - winning author David Adjey is arguably one of the most talented and sought after consultants and industry experts in Canada.

After graduating at the top of his class from the Culinary Institute of America in New York, and spending a summer assisting celebrated Chef Guiliano Bugialli in Florence, David became "chef to the stars" at Relais and Chateau accredited San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara California. From there, he was able to travel all over the continent cooking and creating culinary masterpieces in some of the most celebrated kitchens in both Canada and the US, and served for a time as the personal chef to actor Dan Akroyd. Adjey has competed on Food Network's Iron Chef America, and has also starred on Food Network's The Opener and Restaurant Makeover.

Whether it's designing and creating an award - winning restaurant, making over a menu, or empowering children to eat better, David Adjey's talent and charisma will leave you entertained, inspired and hungry.

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