Old Skool Cafe
Time Out says
This swanky, youth-run supper-club is known for two things: jazz and Jordan’s Fried Chicken. The secret here is in the spice, a tasty blend of salty, tangy and sweet. The portions are large (a half-chicken), served with gravy mashed potatoes and house-made coleslaw. It’s meticulously cooked: moist on the inside, crispy, spicy and not too greasy on the outside, and served promptly from the fryer.