|Cuisine Type |||Wraps, Fast Food|
|Ambiance |||Good For Kids, Casual, Family Style|
|Meals Served |||Light Meals/Snacks, Lunch, Picnics, Dessert, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Children's Menu|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Getting There |||Castleridge|
|Cross Street |||McKnight Boulevard|
|Mon-Thu 11AM – 9PM; Fri-Sat 11AM – 10PM; Sun 12PM – 9PM|
Profile Last Updated: May 25, 2009
In January of 1998 Mary Brown’s Famous Chicken switched to non-hydrogenated 100% canola oil in all its cooking. Canola oil is free of trans-fats; trans-fats have been linked with high blood pressure, cholesterol and heart disease. In April of 2003, they launched three different flavors of chicken wraps and three main course salads. You also have the option of adding a side salad to any meal. Their kids menu offers healthier choices such as: milk, juice, fruit cups and sugar/fat free puddings. As of 2005, Mary Brown’s have made all the nutritional information of their food available to their customers.
Caring about the Customer Before and After the Meal
Offering healthier choices is just one way Mary Brown’s takes care of its patrons. For customers with peanut allergies, the change to canola oil in 1998 means no peanut oil and thus no worries. Mary Brown’s has provided customers with allergen information in all stores for at least 6 years. Well before it was required in other fast food chains. Mary Brown’s also supports its communities. Through their corporate charity, The Children’s Wish, franchisees sponsor a wide array of local individual and team sports for all ages.
As Good as your Mama’s Fried Chicken!
Mary Brown’s switch to Canola oil doesn’t mean they’ve sacrificed on the taste. They still have a down home country flavour in the food and in the service. Once you try their chicken and taters you’ll understand why Mary Brown’s can add “Famous” to their name.