Denny’s restaurant Gettysburg Pennsylvania

Complaint: Last evening I stopped by a Denny’s Restaurant in Westminister, Md. The service was great. I ordered a Chicken Fried Steak off the menu. When the chicken finally arrived it looked a bit like the picture on the menu. I was hungry so I dug in. Yuck. What was that thin, 3/16 thick layer nasty tannish-grey stuff between the thick breading where there should have been white chicken meat I wondered? It tasted nothing like chicken and it looked nothing like chicken. As I proceeded with my meal I tried to disguise my disgust from my guest. The paddy-like concoction was gross and became more so the more I ate. I cannot believe that your regular customers would consume something that they could identify visually or by taste or smell. It is now Sunday and after a healthy breakfast I can still taste that repulsive stuff you sell as chicken. I thought at first that they accidentally gave me the country fried steak. But that would make the steak equally gross. In taste it reminded me somewhat of the greasy Chuck Wagon Steaks we used to serve at the nearby truck stop in the 1960’s. I never figured out what they were made of either. Military C-rations of the Vietnam War and before had a notoriously bad reputation with regard to taste, texture, and eye appeal. During my two and one-half years in Vietnam I never consumed a C-ration meal as bad as the Denny’s Chicken Steak meal I had last evening. I so disliked the ground-up chicken necks, skin, fat, combs, sex organs, kidneys, livers, anuses and other parts (which is what I pictured when I quit eating half way through my meal.) By the way; I ate breakfast at a Denny’s in another town two weeks ago. I ate the exact same breakfast at B** evens the week before. B** E**** (((REDACTED))) was about 20% cheaper. About twenty years ago I ate at a B***** K*** restaurant. That was my last visit to B***** K***. I was totally grossed out by the chicken sandwich I ordered. Instead of being unaltered chicken white meat like most other chains were serving, the “meat”” was reconstituted from ground chicken parts. I did not notice until I detected blobs of pure chicken fat in my mouth. No matter how hungry I was on a trip or outing I never again stopped at a B***** K***. At least McNuggets have the fat ground in evenly. I will never eat at another Denny’s restaurant. For that length of time I will spread the word about the poor quality of your food. You will find this letter and Ripoff Scamss.com and wherever else I can place it. No longer a customer

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Address: ,Nationwide USA,(864) 597-8000,,
99130,KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN,,Fast Food Restaurants,lisbon Ohio,What happen to KFC and the great restaurant I remember as a kid. We could all go and get a bucket of chicken wiith generous sides and everyone ate well and was full. I ordered a two piece meal

Website: with a biscuit. I looked at my meal and wondered where was the food. This took place at 12:15 on a Saturday afternoon. I was one of 4 people in the dinning area. I remember Saturdays at KFC being jammed packed with people. Lines out the door. We were very excited as kids to be treated to KFC at picnics or at home. Now my family of five would cost well over $30 for some fatty chicken and biscuits. I was to say the least

Phone: no drink and spent $5.50 plus dine in tax. What I got was a leg and thigh

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