Iconic American fast food chain serving delicious chicken set for UK return

American fast food chain Chick-fil-A is finally arriving to the UK.

The popular brand announced there would be restaurants popping up "throughout the country".

There's already 2,973 locations in the US, as well as establishments in Canada and Puerto Rico.

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Chick-fil-A regional director Anita Costello said: "We are excited our restaurants will bring new jobs and opportunities throughout the UK.

"Serving communities is at the heart of everything we do at Chick-fil-A, and our unique operator model provides one of a kind access to entrepreneurial opportunities.

"We look forward to sharing our authentic Chick-fil-A experience: providing fresh food prepared with high-quality ingredients, served with our signature hospitality."

The first Chick-fil-A is likely to open early in 2025.

Within the first two years, there are plans for five locations and the fast food outlet reckons it'll create between 80 and 120 jobs per restaurant.

This isn't the first time Chick-fil-A landed in the UK.

There used to be restaurants in Scotland and Reading but both closed down in 2020.

But since it's coming back to the UK, it's time to familiarise yourself with the menu.

It's got a lot of chicken on the menu (of course), including a Chicken Sandwich and Chick-fil-A nuggets.

But if you want a slightly healthier option you can get Grilled Nuggets instead.

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They've got Chick-n-Strips, wraps with chicken, and an assortment of photogenic greenery along with a whole load of chicken sandwiches.

If you want a Chicken Sandwich but want more salad and cheese, then the Deluxe Chicken Sandwich could be your thing.

There's also Waffle Potato Fries too.

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It's so bad for you that eating a single bite could lead to you developing liver cancer.

The carcinogenic chow is so fatal it's thought to be the reason why a whooping 20,000 people die in Thailand every year.

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