The duo behind Randy’s Wing Bar love chicken wings, so much so they even once drove across the US in the hunt for the best sauce. Now they’re branching out from their original Hackney Wick base to bring all that saucey, chickeny goodness to hungry folk in the City.
Award-winning chicken trader completes the move from street food to permanent spot with the opening of their first place in Shoreditch
If you can’t get enough of the crunchy nuggets of joy that are fried chicken in your life, then this is one for you. Mr Ji, a Taiwanese-inspired fried chicken restaurant is popping up for five weeks in Camden, and there'll be cayenne dips, ginger doughnuts and spiked teas to boot.
It's the brainchild of Sam Green and Samuel Haim, who came up with the idea while hiking in Taipei. Plus, fried food aficionado Simon
We love a good kitchen takeover, and while we've already seen Chick N Sours take over Bubbledogs, now it's time for the next event as Sandia Chang takes over the Seven Dials Chick n Sours.
On that one-night-only menu will be wings in a fiery chipotle maple glaze, and Cap’n Crunch fried chicken strips (these sound GREAT) as well as grilled Mexican street corn slaw, jalapeño popper wontons
Here’s one we like the sound of - fresh off the heels of their residency at Birthdays, Asian-inspired bagel vendor Little Ghost are now set to pop up at Balham cafe Brother Marcus on Fridays and Saturdays nights this September.
Lord of the Wings are bringing their fried, free range, sauce-drenched chicken wings to Highgate pub The Duke’s Head
American-inspired buffalo wings is Lord of the Wings' speciality, who are temporarily moving into The Duke’s Head, bringing with them lots of Southern-style cooking, including minted watermelon salad, tropical frozen fruit bars and of course, lots of Buffalo wings, slathered in one of five sauces of your
Baker Street will the home to the flagship branch of CHIK’N, an ethical fried chicken restaurant that’ll be open all day.
As you may know, we're pretty partial to Shake Shack so we'll be heading down there later this month for the UK launch of the Chick’n Shack. Launched last year in the states, the Shack's chicken sarnie sounds worth trying for anyone who likes their fried chicken.
If you're after the details - it's 100% British chicken breast, slow-cooked in a buttermilk marinade, hand-dipped into Shack-made batter, coated with seasoned flour and crisp-fried. It's then topped
2 days. 8 Traders. 1 Bucket. If that doesn't tell you almost EVERTHING you need to know about Kerb's upcoming fried chicken event, then let us elaborate further.
Taking place on 5 and 6 May in King's Cross eight chicken traders will showcase their fried fare.
Tickets are £25 (early bird - geddit - are already sold out) and for that you get a portion of fried chicken from each Bucket List trader, plus a complimentary drink of choice.
Now THAT's a burger. News has just reached us of this very special burger going on the menu at Chick n Sours for the whole of March. It's the Macho Nacho Burger and is "fried thigh, Chengdu chicken, kimchee cheese, Vietnamese pickles". Plus, profits from the £12 burger will go to the Cook for Syria fund. So you might want to start planning when you're popping down for one now.
The Macho Nacho Burger is on the menu at
17/2/17 - Updated with soft launch details
Hot on the heels of all the new places opening in Camden Market comes news that Bea Vo will be opening her next restaurant in that neck of the woods. Famous Flames will be her third spot, after Stax and Boondocks. As the name suggests, it's all about the flame grill and will be serving up flame grilled burgers and fried wings.
The new restaurant on Kentish Town Road, will have fifteen
What: Burger & Beyond and Other Side Fried
In a nutshell: Burgers meet fried chicken in Soho
Summing it all up: The two street food vendors are teaming up for a three-month residency at Dirty Harry’s Soho on Wardour Street, where there’ll be toppings like pancetta bacon, crispy chicken skin and tarragon mayo.
We've previously talked about the very welcome Zelman Drinks, from the people behind Zelman Meats and Goodman, that's set up shop right outside the entrance to Finsbury Park station. And now we've found out what they'll be serving with those drinks as chicken masters Spit and Roast are taking
Good news for fans of LeCoq’s rotisserie roasted chicken - the Islington brasserie is reinventing itself as a full-time rotisserie restaurant.
Hibernation season is still quite a ways off yet, but for fans of LeCoq it might be time to embrace the elasticated waistband already. Previously only available on Sundays, their golden (spit) roast dinners, including their Sutton Hoo chickens, will soon be available to
23/9/16 - updated with soft launch details.
A late night chicken shop and bar is coming to Brixton this September. Opening on Coldharbour Lane, Fancy Funkin Chicken (yes, it really is called that) will serve a range of southern American fried chicken dishes along with a dedicated cocktail menu and will host a range of DJs every weekend.
It's got some pretty impressive backers too. The new venture is a collaborative effort from
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