Restaurants

Fieldings Rooster

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The latest in the trio of Fieldings restaurants to open in The Woodlands might be my favorite.  It is Fieldings Rooster, and as you can tell by the name, it is all about chicken. They have some excellent non  chicken items on the menu, but the chicken excels.  I will likely never eat another grocery store rotisserie chicken again.  They have fried chicken, rotisserie chicken, and wood grilled chicken.  The piri piri wood grill and the chimichurri wood grill are outstanding.  The piri piri has just the right amount of heat to give the flavor some depth.  The chimichurri is an amazing blend of garlic and basil and perfectly complements the chicken. The Tennessee red fried chicken is the best fried chicken I have ever tasted.  It has a some heat and spice; making you want to eat more and more.    The chicken is served a la carte so order some of the amazing sides.  The brussels sprouts are my number one favorite.  They are served pad thai style and stand alone in flavor.  I could eat them as a meal. The mac n cheese is amazing too.  It is gooey and creamy and will fill your tummy and your soul. The duck fat potatoes are as comforting and filling as anything Grandma every cooked.  The drinks menu is as amazing as any fancy bar I have ever been to.  They have a very talented mixologist who has created some very interesting and creative drinks.  I cant wait to try them all if they are as good as the few I’ve been able to sample so far.  It is a good goal to have!  Try Fieldings Rooster and enjoy some of their amazing chicken.

Terri Olson

After 34 years working for a global oil company, Terri retired to travel more and spend time with family. She is a foodie-wanna-be and loves to travel, try new foods, and enjoy the local cuisine in The Woodlands. She became interested in dining experiences after living and working abroad in Europe and trying many new foods and restaurants in Copenhagen and London.

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