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There's a secret Chick 'n' Sours party in Soho tonight

There's a secret Chick 'n' Sours party in Soho tonight

Popular Haggerston restaurant Chick 'n' Sours is opening its second branch on Earlham Street in Covent Garden on September 20, which is pretty great news for anyone in central London who likes fried chicken and cocktails (ie. me). To mark the exciting occasion, they've decided to throw a friends and family party at a secret location in Soho tonight with free food, booze and tunes by DJ Yoda all night long. 

If you want a slice of the action, get on Twitter and tweet @chicknsours RIGHT NOW as the first 100 people will be chosen and given all the secret details.  

Good luck! In the meantime, here's all you need to know about the Chick 'n' Sours in east London.



Donna O

Booked a table for 9pm but arrived a little early. The guy who greeted us was great - friendly, welcoming and considerate. Our table wasn't ready yet so he said we were more than welcome to order a drink and sit at the side bar table upstairs. My friend left her two bags with me whilst she went downstairs to the toilet when a table became available. The guy then kindly offered to help me bring my friend''s bags down to our table.

The wait staff were very friendly and accommodating to our needs - it was our first time at Chick 'n Sours so we weren't sure what to order.

After much deliberation, we ordered the Nachos, which were a great starter. For mains, we went for The Colonel burger which we shared as it was a pretty large burger - the cheese was dripping, the sauce was on point and the chicken was perfectly crispy and The Guest Fry - two beautifully cooked pieces of succulent, juicy chicken with a tender inside and a very impressive crispy outer. We also ordered dripping fries which were pretty tasty too. All of which we shared as the servings were all very generous!!

Both of us went for a Schofferhofer Grapefruit beer which tasted amazing and we're also given two glasses of tap water.

Last but not least we shared a Miso and Chocolate soft serve ice cream which to be honest, we were bowled over by - I felt like it had an odd taste. For me it was a little too 'salty'.

Overall, I have to say I will most definitely be a regular diner at Chick 'n Sours if only to enjoy their fabulous starters, mains and sides ... oh and that sensational grapefruit beer again!!! Ha!