Lenten season is upon us which can only mean one thing – fast food fish sandwiches are back. And while mastering a good fried fish filet isn’t easy, Bojangles‘ offers one of the most beloved seafood sandwiches on the market, the BojAngler. The BojAngler has been a wildly popular seasonal menu item at Bojangles for many years, but it’s around for a short time, so take advantage of it while you can.
Bojangles’ BojAngler features a seasoned Alaskan Pollock fillet, topped with melted American cheese and tartar sauce on a freshly toasted bun. Customers can order the BojAngler on its own or part of a combo meal that comes with potato wedges and a drink.
Not feeling the bun? You can still enjoy the BoJangler fish fillet as a part of a Bojangles dinner platter. The Dinner Platter comes with two fried fish fillets, a biscuit, tartar dipping sauce, two fixin’s, and a drink. Fixin’s options include Bo-Tato Rounds, Cajun Pintos, Dirty Rice, Coleslaw, Green Beans, Mac and Cheese, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Grits, and Seasoned Fries.
The restaurant is advertising the sandwich’s availability to be “while supplies last,” so fingers crossed we don’t experience another drought like Popeyes Chicken Sandwich fiasco of ’19. Stay tuned for more fast food fish announcements in the coming weeks.