WHICH CAME FIRST

Sandwiches

All sandwiches are served with house seasoned waffle fries

The BAE

$14.00

Crispy breast, applewood bacon, avocado, cheddar, dippy egg

The General

$14.00

Crispy breast, mandarin slaw, wontons, kewpie mayo, General Tso's sauce

Nashville Hot

$14.00

Crispy breast, spicy Nashville dipped, cajun remoulade, bread & butter pickles

Plain Jane

$11.00

Crispy breast, bread & butter pickles

Salads

All Hail Cesar

$14.00

Crisp romaine, grilled breast, house croutons, parmesan black pepper dressing, shaved parmesan

Southern Salad

$14.00

Local greens, cornbread croutons, crispy chicken tenders, mandarin oranges, shaved red onion, buttermilk ranch dressing

Family Meal (Serves 4-6 people)

$35

Bucket of chicken includes 2 breasts, 2 thighs, 6 wings, 4 tenders, 1 pint of mac & cheese, 4 biscuits, and waffle fries

Eggstras

Mac & Cheese

$7

House Seasoned Waffle Fries

$5

Chicken Tenders (3/5)

$7/10

About


Phill Milton began his culinary journey at a young age by watching and learning from his mother and grandmother in the kitchen of his childhood home in Lansing, Michigan. Over the years, Chef Phill’s passion for cooking led him to apply to the Scottsdale Culinary Institute in Arizona where he was able to expand his repertoire and style of cooking. Upon graduation, he returned to his roots in Michigan working in kitchens across the Detroit area before enlisting in the US army to serve his Country. Upon his safe homecoming, Chef Phill relocated to Tampa, Florida to return to the kitchen as well as the classroom, earning a degree in Computer Science at the University of South Florida. After two degrees and two years in the army under his belt, he was ready to fully pursue his true passion of cooking. Chef Phill began working for Tommy Bahama restaurant and was promoted to their Flagship location in Manhattan. There, he worked with his culinary mentor Kouri Killmeier who modeled exemplary dedication and leadership. In his next venture, Chef Phill brings you Which Came First?. WCF is an ode to one of his most popular menu items: fried chicken, along with the age-old question of which came first, the chicken or the egg? This concept embraces menu customization and creativity, ensuring there is something for every type of guest and every craving!