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Finger-lickin' good: your favourite fried chicken in London

Sonya Barber

From fancy birds for Dalston hipsters, to cheap wings for Chicken Cottage fiends, here's London's finger-lickin' best.

Chick 'n' Sours: Dalston


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'A great selection of flavours, good atmosphere and pretty affordable pricing.' Natasha Eve Wynarczyk, via Facebook

Butchies: Broadway Market


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'Their "Clancy Wiggum" with bacon, guacamole and chipotle mayo is so ridiculously good it'll leave a tear in your eye and a hole in your heart when it's gone.' Alexandra Laverick, via Facebook

Clutch: Haggerston


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'Because the soy tenders are BANGING.' Zing Tsjeng, via Facebook

Bone Daddies: Soho


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'Their Korean fried chicken is simple and super delicious.' Duygu Cook, via Facebook

Moral Fox: Notting Hill


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'Unbeatable so far.' MeiYing Chan, via Facebook

Chicken Cottage: various locations


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'Ten wings for £4.49. Bargain!' Ray Yeung, via Facebook

Jubo: Old Street


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'It's got to be Jubo for Korean fried chicken - the soy garlic sauce is delicious and goes great with the kimchi slaw.' Hayley Spencer, via Facebook

Did we miss your fave? Let us know in the comments!

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