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[Korea] Paris Baguette - Spicy Chicken Wrap Quick Desk Lunch

Sometimes when I didn't have time to pack a lunch in Korea, I just picked up a sandwich or something quick from Paris Baguette.

So, one day, I decided to pick up this Spicy Chicken Wrap rather than my usual go-to sandwich or bread.

In all honesty, it's not super great, but it's also not bad. I guess I would equate this to picking up a wrap at Trader Joe's or your local grocery store. You don't expect much out of it, but it's there and the price is fine, and it serves its purpose - feeding you while you're busy at work.

The ingredients were actually pretty fresh, which surprised me a little. I kind of enjoyed this a lot more than I had expected. Unlike some of the ready-to-eat wraps I've had in America, the wrap isn't super full of dressing, which I totally appreciated. Nothing is worse than biting into a wrap and getting a mouthful of dressing.

There is still definitely flavor in the wrap, so don't worry about that. It's called a "spicy chicken" tortilla wrap, but I'd say it's more of a Southwestern wrap sort of flavor, not spicy. When I think of spicy chicken, I think more like hot chicken or like Wendy's flavor.

The "spicy" flavor comes from jalapeno. I would say that jalapeno was the one flavor that I got right away. The chicken itself isn't spicy. It's kind of a sweet flavor (teriyaki flavor according to the nutrition facts below). There's also kind of a sweet sauce, too, which combines with the jalapeno sauce.

All in all, "spicy chicken" is a misnomer. It's more like a sweet southwestern-inspired chicken wrap.

Here are the nutrition facts. I can translate it for you, but it'll take a while.

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