Bad Chicken Leads To Outbreak

Unsettled food leads to unsatisfied customers

Everyone likes to enjoy a Saturday night out with friends enjoying a meal.

Ronni Key, a 17 year old at Batavia High School decided to grab some food with her friends on Saturday, August 20th. When she got there she knew what she wanted right away and ordered it. She ordered Chicken Fingers and Fries along with a Coke to drink. Once the food arrived, she picked up one chicken fingers to eat and noticed a cardboard strip underneath her food. She brought it to the waitresses attention, and the waitresses acknowledged the problem and didn't offer her anything to do about it. Ronni left TGIF's really unhappy. Since she asked to speak to the manager she knew she had to go further to fix her problem. She decide the next step should could take was writing a letter to the head of TGIF. Below is attatched her letter she wrote.

September 3, 2014

TGI Friday’s

490 North Randall Road

Batavia, IL, 60510

Dear TGI Friday’s,

On August 20, 2014, I ordered chicken fingers, at TGI Friday’s . I sat there waiting for my food. After 10 minutes or so my food came. As my food was set down right in front of me realized something was on my plate, but it was too late to ask the waiter. Eventually, i started eating and when I picked up a chicken finger, I saw some long cardboard strip. I waved down my waitress and told her about it. She didn’t do anything.

Please contact me at this number and address below:


Ronni Key

1535 Kennedy Dr.

Batavia, IL, 60510

Further steps Ronni could take if she is still not satisfied is contact a professional organization. If everything still is not settled it would be a good idea for her to go to court with this as a law suit.