Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits – Birmingham

Bojangles' Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits

Fast food chains generally make me queasy, but I couldn’t help feeling warm and fuzzy inside when I spotted the bright yellow sign for Bojangles‘ in the distance. I read about this storied southern chain years ago and have been curious to taste their signature Chicken ‘n Biscuits and Bo-Berry Biscuits ever since. Sometimes, my soft spot for regional specialties overpowers my disdain for everything fast food.

Bojangles' Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits

The Astronomer and his awesomely adventurous sister Rosalind joined me at Bojangles’ even though neither quite understood my fascination with the place.

Launched in 1977 in Charlotte, North Carolina, Bojangles’ currently has over 500 outlets across ten states and Washington, D.C. There are even two international locations in Honduras. For those residing here on the west coast, the closest Bojangles’ is somewhere down in Mississippi.

Bojangles' Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits

We began with an order of Bojangles’ “famous” Chicken ‘n Biscuits, which was comprised of a seasoned breast filet served on a buttermilk biscuit. Pounded thin and heavily battered, the chicken tickled our tongues with its blend of Cajun spices. The biscuit, which the restaurant claimed was “made-from-scratch,” was buttery, doughy, and on par with other fast food biscuits I’ve come across.

Bojangles' Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits

To jazz up the sandwich, we sauced it up with honey, mustard, and “Cajun Hot Sauce.”

Chick-fil-A, a southern-based chain also specializing in chicken and biscuits, supposedly makes a superior product according to my dining companions, but my vote’s for Bojangles’ because politics affects my appetite.

Bojangles'  Bo-Berry Biscuits

I experienced a hilarious exchange with the cashier when I placed my order for the  Bo-Berry Biscuits. She asked if I would like one biscuit for $1 or two biscuits for $1. It was an illogical question to which I replied logically, “two biscuits, please.”

Our two biscuits arrived warm and attractively iced. We dug right in with our plastic sporks and knives.

Bojangles'  Bo-Berry Biscuits

Bo-Berry Biscuits are sweet little pucks with just a touch of saltiness. Bo-Berries, also known as blue dots that taste like artificially flavored blueberries, permeate every bite. As far as fast food sweets go, I’d rather have an apple pie from McDonald’s, but this biscuit certainly had its charms.

Well, I’m glad that I got the Bojangles’ bug out of my system!

Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits
2581 Pelham Parkway
Pelham, AL 35124
Phone: 205-663-0633

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7 Responses to “Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits – Birmingham”


  • Huh. I wonder if anyone picks the 1 biscuit option…

  • Maybe the 1 biscuit is bigger?? Odd.

  • I have loved your site for years. Thank you for your comment about politics affecting appetite. Now I love this site more.
    You might want to try Bojangles’ bone-in spicy chicken…

  • Yum! But personally Bojangles still cannot hold a candle to Popeye’s when it comes to a chain fried chicken.

    @Darin-The biscuit is still the same size as the 2 biscuits. But I have bought just 1 biscuit before and it is cheaper then $1 at the place I go to, just been forever since I last bought just one.

  • Politics affects my appetite too, I’m so glad you addressed that. Also, “my soft spot for regional specialties overpowers” is the perfect way to articulate some of my feelings while traveling near and far. Oh Bojangles, it is the name, isn’t it?

  • Politics aside, Bojangles has the best biscuits of all time. Seriously.

  • The best biscuits were the cinnamon biscuits which were exactly like the boberries but instead of berry it had warm gooey cinnamon filling. I heard they stopped making them but they were honestly the best tasting dessert they had there. Too bad you couldn’t get any, hopefully Bojangles will bring them back

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