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Chick 'n' Sours Islington

Restaurants, Chicken Angel
5 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)

Time Out says

A branch of the fried chicken shop on Islington's Upper Street.



Address: 62 Upper St
N1 0NY
Transport: Tube: Angel
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5 out of 5 stars

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Truly delicious fried chicken. Their set menu is amazing value! All the food was delicious, including all the sides. The chicken is crispy and moist. Didn't try any cocktails on this visit but will definitely be back for those. Perfectly located on Upper St - this place is a must!

Saw a neighbour's burger which looked to die for.... will definitely be returning very soon.


Christmas came early with the opening of Chick'n'Sours on Upper St because it is quite frankly, the greatest present an N1 living, fried chicken loving aficionado could ever hope for. It's a crowded landscape of wings in the capital right now and the fight to be top rooster is fierce but this place is up there punching well above its weight as a #1 contender. 

Burgers here have a ridiculously crunchy coating and beautifully tender thigh meat; they brought a tear to my eye with the Seoul Destroyer particularly channelling a path to my heart and stomach. 

Sides are as important as the main event and they are absolutely delicious with the bang bang cucumbers chunky, refreshing & slick with chilli peanut oil and chicken toast unlike anything I've ever had before but now want again with a desire bordering on rabid. Seriously. I don't even know what it is but it's incredibly flavourful.

I visited on a Tuesday night during soft launch week so haven't yet sampled the sours but am so in love with the place I'm headed back with friends to do just that and to pay full price for the privilege and that has to be one of the highest compliments any restaurant in the capital could possibly hope for. If it's fried chicken you're after and you've not yet been here, you really need to rectify that asap. 

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