DoorDash restaurant sells single mozzarella stick, single chicken tender, single jalapeno popper

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‘this gotta be a ghost kitchen lmao’: DoorDash restaurant sells single mozzarella stick, single chicken tender, single jalapeno popper

‘It’s giving jack n the box mini tacos.’

 

Eric Webb

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The munchies cannot be ignored.

One TikTok creator found the Holy Grail of stoner food on DoorDash: Individual chicken tenders for sale, among other single-serving items.

Creator Sunny (@sunnystoktik) recently discovered a restaurant called Broke, High & Hungry, and she decided to do the Lord’s work and give viewers a full review. The video has more than 34,000 likes and almost 348,000 views.

@sunnystoktik #🍃tiktok ♬ original sound – Sunny

Sunny showed the restaurant’s DoorDash menu, including single mozzarella sticks, single chicken tenders, single mac bites and—do you sense a trend?—single jalapeno poppers. She ordered mac and cheese, mini beef tacos, a deep-fried peanut butter and jelly Uncrustable, a steak quesadilla and, of course, a single chicken tender. 

Her review: The quesadilla looked sketchy but tasted good; she expected more from the mini tacos; the mac was better than advertised; the chicken tender wasn’t giving flavor but was serviceable; and there was no powdered sugar on the Uncrustable, which Sunny wasn’t mad about.

In a subsequent video, Sunny ran through some of Broke, High & Hungry’s other menu items, like a “pizzadilla” and a roster of drinks called “Cotton Mouth Killers.”

One commenter wrote, “this gotta be a ghost kitchen lmao.”

“I love this concept because mannn sometimes you just want one lol,” another wrote.

A viewer commented, “the crunch on the pb&j sounded heavenly,” and Sunny replied, “so good i almost teared up.”

“It’s giving jack n the box mini tacos,” one comment read.

“Nah this is sinister,” another read.

“That uncrustable…..dear Lord I see the opportunities you’ve given others and I BEG OF YOU to bless me as well,” someone commented.

A ghost kitchen, in case you didn’t know, is a food-service concept that exists solely for delivery, usually aimed at customers of app services like DoorDash and Favor. There’s no traditional storefront or dining room. 

Broke, High & Hungry is indeed a delivery-only concept—a “virtual brand,” according to DoorDash—serving Chicago from the Wicker Park area. The DoorDash reviews are, well, mixed, but it has a 4.1 average rating out of five stars.

In other recent munchies news, a McDonald’s worker had to prepare a 3am order of 50 McChickens and 50 McDoubles.

The Daily Dot reached out to Sunny and DoorDash via email and Broke, High & Hungry via Instagram direct message.

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