Carl’s Jr. And Hardee’s offer a taste of Hawaii with the introduction of the new* Hawaiian Charbroiled Chicken Sandwich, featuring pineapple and Teriyaki sauce.
The Hawaiian Charbroiled Chicken Sandwich features a charbroiled chicken breast, charbroiled pineapple slice, Swiss cheese, red onion, tomato, lettuce, mayo and Teriyaki sauce served on honey-wheat bun.
You can expect to pay anwhere between $5.69 to $6.19 for the Hawaiian Charbroiled Chicken Sandwich depending on your location. Prices and availability may vary.
When the Teriyaki Chicken Sandwich launched in 2010, it carried a suggested retail price of $3.89 a la carte, or as part of a combo meal with fries and a drink for $6.39.
Everything Old is New Again
As Peep THIS Out!’s Ian Keiner points out, the new* Hawaiian Charbroiled Chicken Sandwich isn’t exactly new. The sandwich first appeared on nationwide menus back in 2010 as the Teriyaki Chicken Sandwich. The build at the time was virtually identical to the 2017 version, with the exception of the chicken breast. Unlike the 2010 variety, today, Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s only serve 100 percent antibiotic-free chicken breast fillets as part of their charbroiled chicken sandwich lineup.
Additionally, a decade ago, back in 2007 Hardee’s introduced the Hawaiian Chicken Sandwich. Once again, virtually identical to the 2017 version with the exception of the chicken breast and possibly the bun.
Check out Ian’s complete Hawaiian Charbroiled Chicken Sandwich review:
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