Good food fast is an elusive goal. Sonoma Chicken, a four-unit chain based in San Jose, Calif., claims to ace it with fast-casual service and a kitchen built for rapid scratch cooking of casual-dining-caliber fare. The fledgling chain aspires to grow by appealing to quality-minded dining patrons who don’t have time to waste. Sonoma Chicken resembles other fast-casual restaurants in the way that patrons order and pay for their meal at a service counter and tote their own trays. But that's ...
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