Fans of roving pop-up Wingmans can now get their saucy chicken wing fix in Kilburn where they’ve moved into their first proper home, complete with a fully stocked bar, a late license, and best of all, a brand new, expanded menu.
South London fans of everyone's favourite fried chicken spot Chick ‘n’ Sours will, for one month, have less far to go the next time they need a fix. While the original Haggerston branch is being refurbed, they'll be popping up in Coldharbour Lane where Calcutta Street used to be.
Upstairs will be the standard restaurant but downstairs they'll have a development kitchen working on new dishes for the Haggerston
They've been mainstays of the street food scene for a while, and now fried chicken purveyors Mother Clucker are settling down with a permanent Exmouth Market restaurant.
It's that time of year where the summer plans for London's rooftops are being unveiled, and latest among these is the John Lewis rooftop - which is becoming Summer of Sound On The Roof. That's because this year, it's all about music. So expect live gigs, DJ sets and acoustic music on their rooftop all summer long.
But frankly, it's more about the food for us - and there's the great news that
We've only just heard about the revamped CHIK'N on Baker Street, but here comes news about lots of changes at the original Chick N Sours in Haggerston. They're getting a new look upstairs, but most importantly a new bar downstairs.
And a new look means new things for the menu, created with MasterChef The Professionals winner Ash Mair:
After a good start in Notting Hill, Parisian restaurant Cocotte is moving East to trendy Hoxton Square, where they’ll be serving up ethically sourced chickens by quarter, half or whole, plus healthy salads, sides, and a selection of rather nice-sounding homemade sauces…
Picture the scenario: you've been given the job of booking a restaurant to celebrate someone's birthday. But you're looking for something a little different - something to make the whole evening stand out. Well, we think we may have found what you're looking for.
Orange Buffalo at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen have ditched the traditional cake for birthday celebrations and replaced it with... a chicken wing birthday cake.
The ‘cake’ turns out to be a
We're usually pretty partial to anything chef and restaurateur Carl Clarke (Chick n Sours and CHIK'N) comes up with but two new limited edition burgers he's been working on sound even more our thing than usual.
Carl's teamed up with two top women chefs to celebrate International Women’s Day (8 March) this week.
At Chick ‘n’ Sours Seven Dials there's a perfect dish for veggies. Here the partnership is with chef Chantelle Nicholson from ...
Hammersmith is getting a huge new palace to Korean fried chicken wings and beer and this branch of Wing Wing has two private karaoke dining rooms too.
Go on, admit it. Every now and again, you're tempted by a quick bite at KFC. But if that option's been taken away from you, there are plenty more - and really, better - places to get your fried chicken fix from. Here are some of our favourite chicken shops in London to choose from...
If you've ever found yourself with a fried chicken craving in Camden, then we have good news for you. Masters of the fried chicken sandwich, CHIK'N are popping up in the Camden Roundhouse. And there are new dishes too.
On the first pop-up menu (1st - 4th Feb) will be:
If you love chicken wings, then perhaps you already know that London's had its own chicken wing festival since 2014. London Wing Fest has been showcasing the best chicken wings around thanks to the efforts of Randy's Wing Bar.
But did you also know that that the humble chicken wing is now SO popular in the UK it's getting its very own day of celebration, Mr Hyde National Chicken Wing Day?
If you can't think of anything better (and granted, it's hard to), then
From Fayetteville Arkansas a chicken tenders chain has decided that London is the next city it wants to conquer with its southern fried chicken
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
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