A combo with four strips, a biscuit, and a side cost me $4.99. I also got the new Red Hot Honey sauce.
The breading was crispy and not too oily, while the chicken was juicy and very tender. In terms of flavor, there's a strong hit of salt upfront followed by a decent spicy heat and just a light tingling from the Szechuan peppercorns. Because of the relatively light seasoning beyond the salt, I preferred eating the Wild Pepper Tenderloins with the provided sauce.