This chain does one thing, and does it well. The chicken fingers are tender, and the breading has good seasoning, but is delicate and tends to fall apart while eating. Their signature sauce has a nice helping of black pepper, and good for dipping fingers and fries, alike. The fries are crinkle cut and good, but nothing to really write home about. The coleslaw is mayonnaise-based and ordinary, firmly in the "nothing special" camp. The Texas toast was truly terrible, flavorless and spongy. The "fresh squeezed" lemonade was somehow both too sweet and watered down. The bad thing about this place is that looking at the menu, it appears you have to order everything in a combo. If I return, I'll be ordering the kid's combo (2 fingers, sauce, and fries) with no drink. When this place opened, for well over a month, there was a line down the block and you couldn't get close to it. I don't know that it lived up to the hype, but the fingers are worth a try.