When the sky fell on Chicken Little, all of the disbelieving haters were forced to eat their own words in the form of finger-licking fried wings. Create a fairy-tale ending for your meal with today's deal: for $5, you get $10 worth of wings, breasts, strips, sandwiches, and more at King Edward's Chicken & Fish in Crestwood. Grab up to two Groupons to use on different visits or combine into one visit. Stop by for lunch or dinner on Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
King Edward's menu serves up a symphony of battered and fried eats by the basket, by the box, and by the feasting-family pack. Taste-test a three chicken-strip dinner with a small side ($5.09), or bring home a small-scale buffet with a 16-piece mixed family pack served up with three large sides and eight rolls ($22.29). If you swing through on a Saturday, you can also grab the once-a-week special of a shrimp-rich po' boy ($4.19). Or stop by any day to hook other seafaring fare, such as catfish nuggets and a small side ($6.39) or six frog legs with a small side ($8.19). With coleslaw, baked beans, and other small sides priced at $1.79 each, customers can top off their fuel tanks for less without replacing their stomachs with a more energy-efficient electric-hybrid model.
Every day, King Edward's ushers in premium, white-skinned chickens for a proper prepping. Before taking its delicious dip, each bird bit bathes in the original breading mix developed in King Clarence Edwards's home kitchen back in 1966. This savory recipe is so classified that King Edward's trusted chefs must take an oath to protect the secret no matter what, so don't try bribing them with puppies and candy. Instead, be content to just fill your mouth with delicious secrets with today's Groupon to King Edward's Chicken & Fish.
This Groupon is valid for dine-in and carryout.
- King Edward's Chicken and Fish has something for everyone. – Betha Whitlow, STLtoday.com
- The chicken is golden and glorious, the fish moist and not overcooked. – St. Louis Eats
- There [sic] always nice and have the best food around. As a matter of fact I am heading there now for the second time this week. – Diner from St. Charles, Active Diner