Get the catch of the day at Long John Silvers, one of America’s leading chain of seafood restaurants. They hire thousands of people around the world and while the brand is decreasing in size and popularity, with many locations closing, it still maintains a place in the global fast food marketplace.
Long John Silvers used to be a part of Yum! Brands, which is one of the biggest fast food franchises in the United States. They are currently responsible for more than 40,000 restaurants around the United States, most of which is down to their ownership of KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut. These days, Long John Silvers is owned entirely by franchisees, with close to 1,200 locations.
The chain is headquartered in the home of great seafood, Louisiana. However, the first restaurant was actually founded in Kentucky, way back in 1969. Twenty years after first opening, LSJ’s was sold on and became a privately owned company. It changed hands again when it was sold by Yum! Brands. These days it is trying hard to hold onto the restaurants that it has, but there is still potential for growth and there is also a strong belief that such a growth can occur.
Long John Silvers on Secret Menus
There isn’t much to the Long John Silvers secret menu. These menus are geared more toward burger joints, Mexican fast food restaurants and drinks establishments like Starbucks. They do exist for some casual dining locations, but there isn’t much of a secret menu to speak to here.
However, we do have a list of the full menu for you to see. You can find this on the Long John Silvers Menu Prices page. This is taken from an official source and is updated on a regular basis to ensure that the menu is accurate at the time you are reading it, whenever it may be.
You should also take a look at our Long John Silvers Nutrition Info to find out how much protein, how much fat and how many calories are in those seafood dishes you order. We will also discuss a number of other things on both of these pages, telling you all that you need to know about the Long John Silvers chain of seafood restaurants.