Poulet (2436 W. Joppa Rd)

The next stop on the list of GoodEats is the chicken-haven known as Poulet, located right off of Falls Road, next to Green Spring Station. Keep an eye out for the green awning.

The décor is nothing special at all; there are a few tables as you walk in and an open food bar at the back of the restaurant. You approach the food line and are greeted by one of the employees. The true decision comes when deciding what type of chicken to have. All of the chickens are cooked in house, most using a rotisserie (chicken cooks on a spicket basting itself in its own juices). The choices include a traditional rotisserie chicken breast/leg, buffalo chicken, fried chicken and a bourbon style chicken. I highly recommend the traditional, which is succulent and juicy, or the buffalo for those who like a spicier option.

After you’ve chosen your chicken, the hard part is picking the sides. All of the platters include two homemade sides. The list goes on and on… and on. Some of my favorites are the macaroni and cheese, Caesar salad, the mixed vegetables and the roasted russet potatoes. Whatever your fancy, all of the sides are delicious. My favorite has to be the cold cucumber and tomato salad, served in a vinegar based sauce. It is both light and refreshing.

The quick service and unbelievable food make this restaurant a true GoodEat. Please go out and enjoy.

The average entrée is about $7-$12. The platters, which are chicken and choice of two sides, are $11, not too shabby for the generous portions.

Until next time. I wish you GoodEats!

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A buffalo chicken platter served with russet potatoes and caesar salad

A buffalo chicken platter served with russet potatoes and caesar salad

Edited by Jared Kurlander

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