|Course||Lunch or snack|
|Place of origin||Ireland|
|Main ingredients||Baguette; filling, such as chicken, butter, mayonnaise, lettuce, onion, condiments|
The chicken fillet roll, also known as the hot chicken roll or chicken roll (Irish: rollóg sicín), is a baguette filled with a fillet of processed chicken. It is a ubiquitous deli item in Ireland, served at a wide variety of convenience shops, newsagents, supermarkets, petrol stations, fast food restaurants, and casual eateries throughout the country. It has been declared Ireland's favourite deli food. It is often cited as a hangover cure.
In addition to chicken, the roll may contain butter, mayonnaise, other condiments, lettuce, onion, cheese, stuffing, or potato wedges. Delis often offer a choice of chicken fillet breading, such as plain, spicy, or Southern-fried. Vegan chicken fillet rolls have also been available since 2021, using a plant-based meat substitute for the chicken.