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Deal of the Day: The Jerk Chicken Club Sandwich from Out of Many Food Truck in West Palm Beach

wners Haiz Miller and Damian Phillips had to offer.

At the time, the truck was fresh-out of its most popular dish -- the $6 jerk chicken club sandwich with fries. To find out what was causing this local feeding-frenzy, we had to head back for a taste of our own. 

Here's the deal...

The Caribbean-themed eatery-on-wheels first hit the Palm Beach County scene last month, debuting with a Jamaican-heavy menu. Cooked the authentic, island-style way, the jerk chicken sandwich continues to be a hit -- and a steal -- for a full meal with your choice of side for under $10.

Warning: May Cause Jerk Addiction

This isn't your average jerk chicken sandwich. Out of Many starts with a super-soft bun, toasted and prepped with Haiz's own spicy-sweet jerk mayonnaise. Next, it's piled-high with banana-leaf smoked chicken, fat chunks of dark and white meat cooked to tender perfection, and handsomely peppered with a strong dose of Miller's own jerk seasoning. It's finished off with a slice of melted swiss cheese (optional), lettuce and tomato. 

The end result is a sandwich that is satisfyingly full of flavor and texture, starting with the snap of fresh lettuce and the rich, creamy cheese and mayo taste explosion that gives way to a fragrant blast of smokey-heat from jerk-infused chicken.

"Side" Note: Be sure to ask Miller for an extra container of jerk mayo for dipping and dunking -- especially if you opt for the piping hot fries as your side.

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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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