MINISTOP

Scout - - CULTURE - –ROMEO MO­RAN, editor in chief

Okay, to be hon­est, no­body would have Ministop as their pre­ferred con­ve­nience store if it weren’t for two rea­sons: 1) it’s the clos­est thing to where they live, and 2) the Un­cle John’s Fried Chicken is to die for. Peo­ple take up arms for two lo­cal fast food chains on the in­ter­net, but real ones know that Un­cle John’s is a wor­thy dark horse pick. But go past the chicken and you’ll see that your com­mon lo­cal Ministop is a store that seems too clin­i­cal—the whites make you feel like you’re in an old hos­pi­tal, and the choices on the shelves and menu are a lit­tle too pedes­trian. And way too fried. It’s best when you’re try­ing to sober up be­fore go­ing home af­ter a crazy night, but not re­ally invit­ing in any other sit­u­a­tion.

Romeo got: Two pieces of Un­cle John’s fried chicken, what else. It comes with a bot­tle of C2, too

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