Located in a strip mall on the corner of Rainbow and Charleston, this little spot is a good option if you’re craving chicken strips and don’t want to spend much. Think Raising Cane’s but with healthier options. And, like it’s fast food counterpart, BFG has a limited menu, but what I tried was executed very well.
We ordered two combos ($5.75 ea.) of the baked chicken strips — one with grilled veggies, one with fries. Each combo also comes with a slice of garlic bread and a regular sized drink. The baked strips have a wonderfully flavored marinade, which probably helps them stay tender and juicy. The fries were light and crunchy, although they’re not made fresh. I didn’t try the veggies, but my wife thought they were decent. Combos also come with your choice of two sauces (about 9 or 10 to choose from). The BBQ was too sugary sweet for me, but the teriyaki was delicious.
Our son got an order of the kid’s fried chicken strips combo (comes with one sauce, fries and a drink). He loves almost any fried chicken strips, so he didn’t have any problems chowing down on these.
One of the owners, Jin, came out to see how we like the food and to chat for a bit. It’s great that he takes the time to talk to his customers. That always earns brownie points in my book. That kind of customer service is sure to earn a return visit from many diners. If I’m in the area again and need a quick bite I may stop by again. But, I’m not sure if BFG is worth a drive across town if you aren’t close by.
873 S Rainbow Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89145