counter culture

Since: Apr 09

Rayville, LA

#1 Jun 3, 2009
just wondering if anyone has tried the food at counter culture.
kc w

Jonesboro, AR

#2 Jun 17, 2009
i personally havent just havent had the chance but i have heard nothing but GREAT things about it!

West Monroe, LA

#3 Jun 19, 2009
It is good. I feel like the portions are small for the price though.

Since: Apr 09

Dillon, SC

#4 Jun 21, 2009
lol i got a chicken salad sandwich it was awful. it tasted like the seasoning packet from chicken ramen noodles and my kids wouldnt eat the frozen yogurt..will quote my daughter "mom i think its frozen sour cream"..mind u she is 7


#5 Jun 30, 2009
Went to counter culture on Monday, just for some yogurt. I was thinking in the form of flavored yogurt, like tcby. Its not, its a plain yogurt with other flavors.they do have things that can be added.I must say The yogurt was good even thought it was not what I expected, prices for it a little steep- 2 small cups of yogurt with half scoops of strawberries on each was $6.05.

Charlotte, NC

#6 Jul 16, 2009
The yogurt your kids like is at TCBY - only its full of fat and sugar. Guess that's more to their liking.
And the chicken salad is seasoned with curry - likely a spice you don't run into at McD's and Sonic.
Expand your horizons - not your waistline!

Calhoun, LA

#7 Oct 14, 2011
Just ate the chicken salad sandwich and it was disgusting if judged in comparison to any other chicken salad you might encounter. Now, I am not from Louisiana, and am really open minded about trying new things, but I really think that calling it a "chicken salad sandwich" is a bit of a misnomer since when most people in America think of chicken salad, they don't think of a curry or turmeric infused whatever-it-was. I am sure there are people who love that sort of thing, and I can see why they would, but I think it needs to be renamed - it really struck me as an Indian spice blend, not in any way resembling what most people expect from chicken salad. It was fresh, and well-made, but wasn't anything you'd expect from chicken salad, and not because it was too sophisticated or anything like that. It really just tasted like ramen noodle spices on chicken.

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