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Chefette 2023 restaurant review

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Poised among many international fast food franchises, Chefette has outlasted or outpaced the likes of McDonalds, KFC and Burger King to become arguably the go to local fast food brand. 

There are several branches spread across the island from Speightstown in the north to the Grantley Adams International Airport in the south. Some of note are the Lancaster and Warrens branches for their relaxed family dining and the more socially busling Rockley branch.

The menu includes fried/ broasted chicken, periodical wings/tenders, burgers, pizza,an assortment of roti as well as ice cream. The menu is a subtle representation of caribbean taste with a variety that apeases the typical international tastebud. Some branches are coupled with Barbecue Barn a somewhat healthier alternative of menu options.

Their biggest advantage  might be the playgrounds that are found at most restaurants. Whether or not this was a deliberate strategy, it has become a popular venue for children’s parties. This perhaps has helped to cement esteemed notoriety that most locals associate with the brand.

However, the brand is not without criticism. Many customers have lamented on the alledged gradually decreasing size of Chefette’s rotis and the absence of in-store wifi. In addition, there has been cause for concern over the occational recklessness of delivery drivers on the road.

While the menu is not an authentic representation of traditional Bajan cuisine the cultural significance of going to Chefette makes it a worthy addition to any itinerary for a true Bajan experience. 

Overall 8/10.

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