Decided to try this place out it sits on a busy corner in downers grove the chicken was ok I would not says worlds best the sides ok nothing fancy I have had better.
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I visited the restaurant 25 years ago on Mothers day. I was in the area around dinner time, so I stopped in for some take out. The food was reasonable priced for restaurant carryout, but the food was mediocre.
We've been going to this place for years ever since we found out there's a carry out location in Downers Grove. We visited the original restaurant and while we were impressed with everything it's just too far away. This place is fast AND high-quality food...More
Let me start off by saying that the chicken is not terrible. I bought the 12 piece special and all of it will get eaten. However, I can't recall any other place I've eaten chicken that wasn't as good or better. On the plus side,...More
Great value, always done right and outstanding sides. The service is really quick and the food is always a crowd pleaser. Though no place to sit and eat, they are 2 blocks away from Hummer park where you can eat at a picnic bench and...More
The chicken is really greasy, and while the corn fritter are tasty, they are greasy also. The sides are OK, but not the greatest either.
White Fence Farm claims to have the word's best chicken and they might be right. I think they both bake and fry the chicken to give it a really great flavor without feeling greasy. The menu is limited and I actually don't like any of...More
Nice carry out chicken - getting in and out of the place can be tough. The branch is sometimes friendly and the food arrives failrly quick - no place to sit in comfort.
If you can get to the original White Fence Farm in Romeoville, go for the old-time atmosphere and the great old-time food. If you can't get there, the carryout still has the good food!
I just don't get the appeal of White Fence Farm chicken. The place is usually very busy and seems to be popular. But in my opinion the chicken is bland and greasy; would it kill 'em to add a little pepper to the coating? Or...More