Love stuffing your face with fried chicken? Of course you do. Want to win a year’s worth of the good stuff from the team behind five-star-rated rulers of the roost Chick ‘n’ Sours? YUH-HUH!
Well then, make sure to pop into Baker Street’s Chik’n this July. A brand new ethical fried fowl joint from Chick ’n’ Sours head honcho Carl Clarke, the first 100 customers through the door on its grand opening will get free fried chicken for a year. A YEAR.
Despite said irresistible prize, Chik’n is a concept with an ethical slant. For their new nest, Clarke and his business partner David Wolanski are sourcing their chickens from Somerset’s high welfare Castlemead farm, promising a 100 percent farm-to-table operation. They’ll be dishing them up across a menu spanning breakfast bits (think the Chik’n sausage, egg and cheese muffin – only £3.95! – or bird-laden waffle pancakes), sandwiches and Chick ‘n’ Sours staples like disco wings and tenders. All chicken is fried in rapeseed oil as a rule, making it marginally more healthy than your average Morley’s snack pack. Clucking marvellous stuff all round.
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