Bojangles menu Prices

The combination of buttermilk biscuits and Cajun fried chicken is a Southern staple that has been adopted by a lot of Americans as their own. This is not a surprise because the mix of soft biscuits and spicy chicken is like heaven for food lovers.

Bojangles is a regional fast-food chain specialized in buttermilk biscuits and Cajun fried chicken. Each of the Bojangles restaurants accustomed its customers to a fun and festive atmosphere along with a helpful and friendly staff. These restaurants also pride themselves on healthy and wholesome foods prepared on-site from scratch.

Bojangles offers catering and retail services as well, such as community gatherings, birthday celebrations, and office parties.

Bojangles menu contains items characteristic to the Southern cuisine, loved by both adults and children. These meals include rice dishes such as the Bojangles Dirty Rice, delicious chicken with its succulent meat and crispy skin, country-style ham, hot buttermilk biscuits filled with whatever you like, cheese, or eggs, and seasoned sausages.

You may be able to take your friends and family to Bojangles for a celebration thanks to the budget-friendly prices.

Below you will find the Bojangles menu prices.

Food Size Price

Sandwiches

Combo Includes Choice of Fixin’ and Drink

Cajun Filet $4.49
Cajun Filet – Combo $6.49
Cajun Filet Club $4.99
Cajun Filet Club – Combo $6.99
Grilled Chicken $4.49
Grilled Chicken – Combo $6.49
Grilled Chicken Club $4.99
Grilled Chicken Club – Combo $6.99
Pulled Pork BBQ Sandwich $2.99
Pulled Pork BBQ Sandwich – Combo $5.29

Boneless Chicken

4 Pc. Homestyle Tenders Combo with Biscuit, Choice of Fixin’, and Drink $6.49
12 Pc. Homestyle Tenders Box with 4 Biscuits $15.49
12 Pc. Homestyle Tenders Tailgate Special with 4 Biscuits $20.49
4 Pc. Supremes Combo with Biscuit, Choice of Fixin’, and Drink $6.49
12 Pc. Supremes Box with 4 Biscuits $15.69
12 Pc. Supremes Tailgate Special with 4 Biscuits $20.49
Chicken Rice Bowl $5.79
Roasted Chicken Bites Combo with Biscuit, Choice of Fixin’, and Drink $6.29

Biscuits

Combo Includes Potato Rounds and Regular Coffee or Drink

Cajun Filet Biscuit $3.49
Cajun Filet Biscuit – Combo $5.59
Country Ham & Egg $3.29
Country Ham & Egg – Combo $4.99
Country Ham $2.69
Country Ham – Combo $4.49
Steak Biscuit $2.79
Steak Biscuit – Combo $4.69
Bacon, Egg & Cheese $2.99
Bacon, Egg & Cheese – Combo $4.69
2 Sausage Biscuits $2.79
2 Sausage Biscuits – Combo $4.69
Sausage & Egg Biscuit $2.49
Sausage & Egg Biscuit – Combo $4.49
Sausage Biscuit $1.99
Sausage Biscuit – Combo $3.79
Gravy Biscuit $1.99
Gravy Biscuit – Combo $3.79
Egg & Cheese Biscuit $1.99
Egg & Cheese Biscuit – Combo $3.79

Breakfast Fixin’s

Bo-Tato Rounds® Small $1.79
Bo-Tato Rounds® Medium $1.99
Bo-Tato Rounds® Picnic $2.99
Picnic Grits $1.79

Dinners

Served with Biscuit

2 Pc. Leg & Thigh (with 1 Fixin’) $5.49
2 Pc. Leg & Thigh (with 2 Fixin’s) $5.99
2 Pc. Breast & Wing (with 1 Fixin’) $6.39
2 Pc. Breast & Wing (with 2 Fixin’s) $6.99
3 Pc. Leg & 2 Thighs (with 1 Fixin’) $5.99
3 Pc. Leg & 2 Thighs (with 2 Fixin’s) $6.69
1 Breast Dinner (with 1 Fixin’) $4.99
1 Breast Dinner (with 2 Fixin’s) $5.79
2 Breast Dinner (with 1 Fixin’) $6.99
2 Breast Dinner (with 2 Fixin’s) $7.69
3 Wing Dinner (with 1 Fixin’) $5.99
3 Wing Dinner (with 2 Fixin’s) $6.69

Fixin’s & Fries

Dirty Rice Individual $1.79
Dirty Rice Picnic $2.99
Cajun Pintos Individual $1.79
Cajun Pintos Picnic $2.99
Cole Slaw Individual $1.79
Cole Slaw Picnic $2.99
Mashed Potatoes ‘n Gravy Individual $1.79
Mashed Potatoes ‘n Gravy Picnic $2.99
Green Beans Individual $1.79
Green Beans Picnic $2.99
Macaroni ‘n Cheese Individual $1.79
Macaroni ‘n Cheese Picnic $2.99
Seasoned Fries Small $1.79
Seasoned Fries Medium $2.19
Seasoned Fries Large $2.99

Salads & Wraps

Garden $3.59
Chicken Supremes™ $4.99
Homestyle Tenders™ $4.99
Grilled Chicken $5.39
Cajun Filet Wrap $4.49
Cajun Filet Wrap – Combo $6.49
Grilled Chicken Wrap $4.39
Grilled Chicken Wrap – Combo $6.49

Sweet Biscuits & More

Cinnamon Pecan Twist 1 Pc. $0.99
Cinnamon Pecan Twist 2 Pc. $1.89
Cinnamon Pecan Twist 6 Pc. $4.99
Bo-Berry Biscuit® 1 Pc. $0.99
Bo-Berry Biscuits® 2 Pc. $1.89
Bo-Berry Biscuits® 6 Pc. $3.99
Sweet Potato Pie $1.49

Family Meals

Family Variety Feast (8 Pc. Chicken, 12 Chicken Supremes or 12 Homestyle Tenders, 8 Biscuits, 3 Picnic Fixin’s, and 1/2 Gallon Iced Tea) $28.19
12 Pc. Super Tailgate (12 Pc. Chicken, 6 Biscuits, 3 Picnic Fixin’s, 1/2 Gallon Iced Tea) $27.19
20 Pc. Jumbo Tailgate (20 Pc. Chicken, 10 Biscuits, 4 Picnic Fixin’s, 1 Gallon Iced Tea) $38.99
Family Variety Feast (8 Pc. Chicken, 12 Chicken Supremes or 12 Homestyle Tenders, 8 Biscuits, 3 Picnic Fixin’s, and 1/2 Gallon Iced Tea) $20.49

Kids’ Meal

Includes Biscuit, Fries or Apple Sauce & Small Drink

Mac ‘n Cheese $3.99
Chicken Leg $3.99
2 Pc. Homestyle Tenders™ $3.99
2 Pc. Chicken Supremes™ $3.99

Boxes

8 Pc. Chicken & 4 Biscuits $13.79
12 Pc. Chicken & 6 Biscuits $18.99
20 Pc. Chicken & 10 Biscuits $27.99

Beverages

Iced Tea 1/2 Gallon $2.59
Soft Drink Small $1.89
Soft Drink Regular $1.99
Soft Drink Large $2.39
Bottled Water $1.89
Milk $0.99
Orange Juice $1.79
Coffee Small $1.49
Coffee Regular $1.69

Limited Time

The Cheddar Bo $1.79

Brand History

The first Bojangles restaurant was opened on July 6, 1977, in Charlotte, on West Boulevard by Richard Thomas and Jack Fulk. These two saw the opportunity to develop a quick-service restaurant chain having at its basis three attributes: a festive, fun restaurant design with friendly and fast service; high-quality, wholesome products made from scratch; and a distinctive flavor profile.

One year later, in 1978, the first franchise was opened. The winning chicken and biscuit combination lead to the development of Bojangles. Between 1980 and 1990 the chain expanded throughout the United States of America.

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In 1980 Tands, Inc. became part of the Bojangles team and has been committed to the same high standards set by Jack Fulk and Richard Thomas. This company is proud to serve the Richmond, VA, and Eastern North Carolina communities, and they plan to continue to do it for a long time in the future.

From 1980 until now Bojangles had multiple owners and the most recent is the private equity firm Falfurrias Partners and Advent International. The company filed for its first initial public offering of stock in 2015.

Even though the company has most of its restaurants in the South of the United States, it has locations in Ireland, Washington D.C., China, Honduras, Mexico, and Jamaica as well.

Nowadays, Bojangles has more than 760 restaurants in fourteen states.

Our review

Bojangles Combo PackYou may not be able to find Bojangles where you live because they have a limited number of locations. But if you have the chance to arrive in one of their restaurants you should definitely try their Cajun fried chicken, the buttermilk biscuits, and even the sweet tea. And, in case you want to get inspired from the Southern cuisine for your Thanksgiving dinner you should order a Bojangles-inspired turkey.

You wouldn’t expect a fast-food restaurant to use fresh, high-quality ingredients and prepare the food from the scratch on order. But Bojangles prides itself to be one of those restaurants where the customers can enjoy fresh meals. For instance, the biscuits are never frozen and are made fresh, in-house. Actually, every 20 minutes a tray of fresh biscuits is put in the oven for baking.

Also, the chicken is never frozen at Bojangles. It is delivered in every location completely fresh and after that, the cooking is done on-site. The marination process takes 12 hours and maybe that is why it has the unmatched flavor.

Bojangles FAQs

Why is this restaurant called Bojangles?

According to the official website of the company, Bojangles got its name when the co-founder Jack Fulk heard on the radio the song “Mr. Bojangles”.

Who founded Bojangles?

Bojangles was founded in 1977 as a dream of the operators Richard Thomas and Jack Fulk.

Where is the oldest Bojangles located?

The oldest and the first Bojangles location can be found in Charlotte.

Is Bojangles chicken real?

In contrast to the other fast-food restaurants, Bojangles proudly claims that the food served by them is never frozen. The chicken is delivered fresh to every franchise location, and there is a marination process that takes 12 hours, followed by a breading process done by hand in 8 steps.

What is the Bojangles special?

Bojangles has a 2-piece Chicken Dinner Combo for both lunch and dinner that costs around $6.5.

What are the sides served by Bojangles?

Some of the sides you can choose from at Bojangles include the Cole Slaw, Dirty Rice, seasoned fries, green beans, mashed potatoes and gravy, Bo-Tato Rounds, Cajun Pintos, plus macaroni & cheese.

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