I have been eating at Tammy and Johnnys since the 80's and the chicken have been fantastic. I move away from the Eastern Shore in 1996. I bragg to my friends about Tammy and Johnnys have the best chicken but just recently I came home in March 2011 an order a bucket of chicken . My first bite into the chicken I threw the whole bucket away it taste like old grease and smell like it to. So, I waited until 12:00pm Sunday afternoon hopeing that the chicken taste different just like I remember but no difference taste like old grease but i hope next time I come home the chicken taste like the 80's chicken not like the March 2011 chicken.
I've been eating at Tammy and Johnny's since the early 80s. My cousin married Johnny and they both work there. Best chicken on the East Coast. Not to mention the sweet potato sticks, burgers, etc, etc... Oh, and Bailey is the cutest kid on the Eastern Shore!
years ago my father married into the family,,,,and a young age i worked there,,,they nevere settled for second best...it was all about quality,,,,and ronnie and shirley kept the business going...spending many hours there...and living next store to the business....good people..the parents...and tammy and johnny
This is a true original - roadfood at its best. One taste of their crispy fried chicken in the brown and orange bucket and you'll understand why KFC and Popeye's got run out of town. Most of their business is take-out, but there is a spotlessly-clean dining area tacked on to the side. Special mention must also be made of the hushpuppies - not hard and gritty but soft melt-in-your-mouth delights. Well worth the drive down from Chincoteague or if you are cruising down to the Bay Bridge Tunnel.