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Kentucky Fried Chicken
163 Cambridge Rd, Woburn, MA 01801

This Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant is located on Cambridge Road in the Four Corners area of West Woburn. There isMore a drive-through that stays open late. This spot is a joint operation with a Taco Bell.

Kentucky Fried Chicken is a fried chicken restaurant franchise that has become globally known for their famous Original and Extra Crispy recipes. Kentucky Fried Chicken began 70 years ago and has since built up a "finger-lickin' good" menu. Customers can order the zesty Original Recipe Chicken, the Extra Crispy Chicken and now Grilled Chicken. Kentucky Fried Chicken also has wings, strips, chicken sandwiches and more. It has a large selection of side items including the famous biscuits, traditional mashed potatoes and gravy, cole slaw and green beans. Kentucky Fried Chicken has meals for individuals and for groups. Family buckets  are available and all chicken can be ordered in one recipe or as a combination of flavors, bone-in, bone-out, white or dark meat.

 

Pier 1 Imports
425 Washington St, Woburn, MA 01801

Pier 1 Imports is a retail chain that specializes in unique home goods and furniture imported from global markets. ItMore offers decorations for every room and also carries kitchenware, candles, rugs  and seasonal items.  Styles include Asian, Mediterranean, African and more.

Customers can sign up in-store or online to receive valuable offers. The Web site contains advice on decorating and hosting and also tasty recipes.

Lanna Thai Diner
901 Main St, Woburn, MA 01801

The Lanna Thai Diner opened eight years ago. They purchased the old diner car originally owned by Main Street Diner.More This small restaurant is only about 100 square feet, has three dining tables and a few bar stools. Lanna Thai may be small but the cooking is far from it. The authentic and traditional Thai recipes fill both dishes and happy customer's stomachs. Lanna Thai has a lunch and dinner menu and the change occurs at 3p.m. daily. 

The menu offers appetizers such as Shumai (dumplings) and Gyoza (steamed or fried battered vegetable), salads made of lemon grass, seaweed and mint, soups with chicken broth and coconut milk base, entrees that appeal to both vegetarians and carnivores and traditional desserts like the Khao Niao Ma Muang, which is sticky rice topped with coconut and mango. Diners can wash down their food with Ginger or Green hot and iced teas. Lanna Thai uses no MSG in their cooking. Tofu and vegan options are available.

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