BojAngler returns to menus nationwide for Lent
Seafood QSR, Bojangles’, offers popular Lent-Season LTO
The Bojangles’ BojAngler Fish Sandwich returned just in time for the start of Lent. Offered for a limited time, the sandwich pairs a flaky, Alaskan Pollock filet, prepared with Bojangles’ proprietary fry seasoning, with American Cheese and tartar sauce, on a toasted, buttered bun.
The seafood QSR chain offers BojAngler as a sandwich or as a dinner platter combo. For the platter, Bojangles’ serves two fish filets with two home-style fixin’s (sides), a buttermilk biscuit, side of tartar sauce and a 22-ounce drink. Guests can choose Legendary Iced Tea or another beverage of choice.
“There are plenty of fish sandwiches in the sea, but this sandwich boasts what others cannot: that one-of-a-kind Bojangles’ flavor that leaves you craving more,” said Chef Marshall Scarborough, Bojangles’ vice president of Menu and Culinary innovation. “Catch your best deal while supplies last.”
Charlotte, N.C.-based Bojangles’ operates and franchises 750 restaurants across its system in 11 states. For BojAngler offer, participation at stores may vary.
Photo credit: Bojangles’
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