Chick-fil-A angers fans by discontinuing spicy chicken biscuit, changing BBQ sauce
(FOX 13) - Chick-fil-A made changes to its menu and BBQ sauce and fans of the fast food chain are letting the company know they are not happy.
Chick-fil-A's Facebook page is being bombarded by angry chicken-eaters after it replaced its spicy chicken biscuit with its newest offering: the Egg White Grill.
"Why did you get rid of the Spicy Chicken Biscuit? My entire reason for getting breakfast at Chick-fil-A is gone," Justin Scott wrote on the page.
Jeff Ives said, "I am not pleased that the spicy chicken and biscuit is no longer on the menus for breakfast. Not a great start to my day beginning at Chick Fil A!! #FreeTheSpicyBiscuit #BringBackTheHeat"
Adding insult to the spicy lovers' injuries, Chick-fil-A has apparently abandoned its traditional barbecue sauce for a new flavor, Smokehouse BBQ.
Mike Gallo wrote, "Southern California is rejecting the new " Smokehouse BBQ " sauce - I was lucky when I was able to pick up some catering packs before they were gone of the original sauce. Bring back what made your place famous- Your Original BBQ Sauce-"
And Jamie Douglas said, "Bring back the old bbq sauce pleeeeeease!! This new stuff is gross. — feeling emotional."
And Tori Kimble said she lost memories of childhood when the sauce was changed.
You cut me deep when you changed your BBQ sauce recipe. You cut me real deep.
A Piece of My Childhood"
Amid those emotional pleas, however, were the usual stories of positive experiences only a trip to Chick-fil-A can offer.
Jimmy Economos thanked his local restaurant for delivering a salad left out of his to-go order.
"Chick-fil-A Chick-fil-A Jett Ferry Road THANK YOU! I just wanted you to know. I ordered lunch for my crew, when I picked it up and got back, we were minus 1 salad. I called the number on the receipt and they apologized and delivered the salad to us...AMAZING customer service! #chickfila."
And Chuck Wicker posted a photo with the caption, "See the guy with the umbrella? He's the manager of the Chick-fil-a in Oxford, MS. When the rain started, be broke out the umbrella and began walking people in and out so they wouldn't get wet. He even offered to walk me out but I declined. I've never seen this happen at any other place. Kudos to this guy and this store."