KFC's parent company has unleashed a Chick-fil-A killer

Hayley Peterson

Taco Bell parent company Yum! Brands is expanding its wildly popular chicken sandwich concept, called Super Chix.

Yum! said it's building a second location in Dallas, according to industry blog Nation's Restaurant News. The first location opened last year in Arlington, Texas. 

The chain, which has been called a Chick-fil-A knock-off, sells fried chicken sandwiches, chicken strips, frozen custard, and french fries.

Here's a look at the inside of the Arlington restaurant (click and drag your cursor for a 360-degree view).

The chicken sandwich, which comes with pickles, lettuce and tomato, is the highlight of the menu.

"'The last original chicken sandwich' is their slogan. I can clearly see why after I finished lunch there this afternoon," wrote one reviewer. "The quality is phenomenal and at a more than decent price!"

The basic chicken sandwich costs $3.95 and fries cost $1.95.

The french fries, which are hand cut in the restaurant, have three seasoning options: Salt, sweet, and rosemary and black pepper. 

Here's a look inside the kitchen at the french fries being cooked. 

"Super Chix is a great alternative to Chick-fil-A," a Yelp reviewer wrote. "The chicken tenders and burger are very tasty, but you MUST order the frozen custard! They have a different flavor for each day of the week. Guess I'll have to come here at least six more times!"

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