Review of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen

Welcome to my review of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen. Before I get in to the review, I wanted to update you on some changes.

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Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen


For quite awhile my husband and I have been watching ads about this restaurant but Utah didn’t have one in the state. Then news came that Popeyes was coming to Utah.

While on our vacation we stayed overnight in Mesquite NV and I didn’t feel well enough to go to a restaurant. We’d noticed a Popeyes in the plaza next to the hotel and so we went there.

I feel in love with their food and their service. Popeyes serves fried chicken, chicken tenders or seafood with a side – coleslaw, mashed potatoes, beans and rice, green beans, or fries, dipping sauce and a biscuit with a soda. They also offer desserts: cinnamon apple pie, pecan pie or mardi gras cheesecake.

I got the chicken tenders and fries and my husband opted for fish and coleslaw. Both meals were filling and delicious.

When the Popeyes opened near to us, we gave it a try. I’ll tell you, that customer line went outside the restaurant and I was willing to wait along with everyone else.

When we got to the soda machine – I’d never seen anything like it. Every kind of soda in every flavor. I was happy. Due to my health I can’t have caffeine and sugar must be very limited. Rarely does anyplace serve caffeine free diet soda, but Popeyes does – in many flavors!

As you can see from the picture, there are many selections, but it doesn’t stop there. You push the selection you want and up comes another screen with every type and flavor within your selection. I love it!



If you haven’t tried a Popeyes, you absolutely must!

Was there anything I didn’t like? Yes. Sadly, they do use minimal amounts of msg. For that reason, I can’t rate them a 5 star as you’ll see on Yelp, and since I’m highly sensitive to Monosodium Glutamate, we can’t eat there very often.

Still, I give them a 4 star for their service, variety of food, tasty foods, and that wonderful soda machine.


Popeyes started in the 1970s by Alvin C. Copeland Sr. He took a chance on his idea and look where Popeyes is today. Believe in yourself and follow your dream. He did and by doing so he served his community, and many of us are eating that great food and enjoying it.





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