quick-service restaurant mystery shopping

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For my mystery shopping, I went to Raising Cane’s. Raising Cane’s is a quick service restaurant famous for their fried chicken fingers. Coming from southern California where there are no Raising Cane’s, this was my first time eating at this establishment. I had high expectations about the food because I have many friends who had referred me to this place. I went to Raising Cane’s with one other person and we both ordered a single number three combination plate, which came with six chicken fingers, two of Raising Cane’s special sauce, a side of crinkle fries, a side of coleslaw, a slice of toast, and a large beverage. It was served in a Styrofoam box on a cafeteria tray. It was a good bargain. There was enough food to fill two people, with fries leftover, for about eight dollars. For the beverage, I got the special Raising Cane’s sweet tea. The sweet tea was some of the best sweetened tea I have ever had. I am not a very big fan of coleslaw, so I did not enjoy that side dish very much. However, the coleslaw was better than many others that I have tasted previously. The crinkle fries were good, but had nothing special. They did taste like they were freshly fried though. The chicken fingers were delicious as promised by my friends. They were juicy on the inside, had just the right amount of batter, and when accompanied with the special sauce had a very unique taste. I could not decipher what the special sauce was made of; a sort of thousand island mixed with something else. I was surprised to find out that they actually charge thirty cents per special sauce packet, but mine came with my meal. The best part of the number three combination plate was the slice of toast. It was golden and buttery on the outside and fluffy on the inside, then topped with sesame seeds. It tasted as if there were a baker freshly kneading and baking loafs of it in the back. Overall, based

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