foodbeast.com – Fried chicken sandwiches, kalua pork plates, and King’s Hawaiian bread pudding under one roof? This unique and tasty combination of Southern-style fast food and Hawaiian grindz can be found at Truett’s Luau, an official Chick-fil-A location in Fayetteville, Georgia. That’s right, y’all, for some reason, Chick-fil-A is operating a restaurant with Hawaiian-inspired cuisine.
Truett’s Luau has been open since 2013, a year before Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy passed away. It’s become sort of a “staycation” destination for locals, and many share photos of their experiences at the “Hawaiian-themed Chick-fil-A” on Instagram. It’s also probably one of the only places in the country where $3 chicken sandwiches and $16 steak dinners are both on the menu at the same time.
How in the world did I not hear about this magical sounding Chick-Fil-A?! Place sounds fantastic.