After volunteering with Children’s Hunger Fund for the morning, we were hungry just in time for lunch. Unfortunately, I didn’t have my camera with me since I had left it in my car. We decided to go to Je’Je’ Chicken because it would be fast and delicious. We were the only customers in the restaurant the whole time we were there. Je’Je’ Chicken has shish kabob wraps and sandwiches, shawarma, falafel, soujouk (grilled Armenian spiced sausage), and plates that come with your choice of meat, pita bread, and salad. The plate orders come with enough food to serve 2 people. I ordered the Je’Je’ Chicken Wrap for just $4.99! It has flame-broiled chicken, their signature cilantro sauce, basmati rice and onions wrapped in warm pita bread. We waited about 10-15 minutes for our food, but it was because there were only 2 people working there, and they brought out all our food at the same time. Other than the slow service, I really enjoyed eating here, and I give Je’Je’ Chicken 4 stars.
For more information, please visit: http://jejechicken.com/
From this post forward, I will be rating food/restaurants on a scale of 5 stars. I usually like the food I eat and have good dining experiences, but it has come to my attention that it would be helpful to rate the food and restaurant with more than just saying it’s too salty, too sweet, not flavorful enough, or good.
5 stars- Excellent dining experience, great food, and friendly service
4 stars- The food is better than expected
3 stars- Average, as expected
2 stars- Decent food but poor service
1 star- Terrible and will not come again