In addition to the chicken, which is definitely the main product on the Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken menu, customers are also offered a variety of sides (from mashed potatoes and coleslaw to beans and jalapeno poppers), and desserts. As for the chicken itself, here, it’s served in a variety of ways. The classic recipe supposes that chicken is slow marinated in a signature blend of seasonings then pressure cooked.
The number of restaurants in the chain is around 150, most of them inside the US and a couple abroad (Canada, Jordan). The majority of outlets are located in Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri, and Indiana, while there’re also restaurants in nine other states.
Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken prices don’t differ that much from those of the KFC chain. Interestingly enough, the KFC founder, Colonel Harland Sanders, was the uncle of the founder of the Lee’s chain.
Find out the new Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken menu prices in the table below.