I'm a man who enjoys a fine tender.
When I was a boy growing up in the hills of Pittsburgh, one of the things I loved most was going to TGIF Friday's for food and fun. What did I get? I got the chicken tenders. But as a young boy, the establishment wanted to serve me the children's menu tenders, even though I was a generously proportioned young man. Tenders from the children's menu was not acceptable, so I insisted on the tenders from the adult menu - more tenders, more fries, more pleasure.
The tenders at Friday's were really quite sublime. The meat was juicy and plump and bursting with flavor. If you took a fork and pressed it ever so gently against the tender, there would be an explosion of juice because those tenders were so tender! Once, I applied a gentle amount of pressure to a tender and the resulting burst of juice hit someone at another table right in the eye! "Oh jesus my eye!" the victim screamed, falling to the ground writhing in agony. Unfortunately that poor person lost sight in the affected eye and sued. Ever since, Friday's has had to serve the tender with a sign that says "Caution: tenders may shoot juice missiles."
Anyway, back to the tenders. Yes, they are juicy and flavorful. The batter is also wonderful! A crispy and light batter. The tenders have all the flavor and pleasure you could want, but if that weren't enough, the honey mustard is incredible! We've all had our share of mediocre honey mustard dipping sauces, so how refreshing that Friday's serves a top-notch, flavorful, well-balanced honey mustard!
The fries are excellent and perfect for soaking up any of that remaining honey mustard.
Another nice thing about the adult tender meal is that it was served with a wonderful garlic breadstick. Think an Olive Garden-style breadstick, buttery and warm, and actually pretty tender in-and-of-itself. Double tender.