Fruit salad tags along with Chick-fil-A’s Chargrilled Chicken Garden Salad to create an interesting hybrid of colorful items. Introducing the Chargrilled and Fruit Salad from Chick-fil-A.
Chick-fil-A uses a nice array of fresh ingredients to stock up this salad. Slices of grilled chicken breast sit atop a blend of romaine and iceberg lettuce. Also in the mix you’ll find shredded red cabbage, carrots and a blend of Monterrey Jack and Cheddar cheese. All these ingredients are typical of Chick-fil-A Chargrilled Chicken Garden Salad. This new twist on a menu regular adds in a nice blend of fresh fruit. A very refreshing variety of fruits join this salad including strawberry slices, red grapes, red and green slices of apple and a some decent sized mandarin orange slices. I really enjoyed the included packet of crunchy harvest nut granola. I recommend the granola as it packs a nice sweetness to the experience.
So if you’ve been feeling guilty about that diet you promised yourself to stick with, this salad is worth checking out. Virtually guilt-free (but watch the salad dressing) the Chargrilled and Fruit Salad from Chick-fil-A is an interesting addition to the restaurants quality offerings.
- Pros– Great variety of ingredients. The contents rank among the highest in quality in the fast food world. Made fresh daily. Sturdy packaging (good for re-refrigeration)
- Cons– Price of $5.55 might be a little steep for a fast food lunch/dinner. Figuring out what dressing goes well with the variety of ingredients.
Grubbing on the Go: 5.50/10
GrubGrade: 8.75/10 (Very Good)
(Overall GrubGrade is not an average)