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Time Out says

A new Potts Point chicken joint sees Belles Hot Chicken's Morgan Mcglone trading the fryer for a French rotisserie

The latest in the veritable wave of chicken shops that have opened in Sydney in recent times is Sunday, a new Potts Point rotisserie by one of the co-founders of Belles Hot Chicken. It has been designed to evoke the casual, hearty comfort of Sunday night family dinners, but set inside a snazzy new restaurant and bar in one of the city's premier dining destinations.

Morgan Mcglone, co-founder and head chef at Belles Hot Chicken, is swapping the deep-fryer for the rotisserie – with the help of ex-Apera chef Ryan Blagrove. The pair will be dishing up organic roast Bannockburn chicken from Victoria's Gippsland turned on a state-of-the-art French Rotisol rotisserie, chip butties with Madras mayo and milk buns, and choripàn – Argentinian-style chorizo hot dogs. Your vegetarian cohort will be catered to with a whole-roasted cauliflower with sunflower seed pesto and classic salads like a Waldorf with witlof, walnuts, apple and pickled grapes. 

The fridge will be stocked with brews from local beer mavericks Running with Thieves, and you'll also be able to pick up pre-batched cocktails from bartender Jenna Hemsworth, including a cold drip Martini, the Sunday Margarita, a classic Negroni, and an Aperol Spritz. Grab yours takeaway, if you and your chook have places to be. 

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Address: 1
95 Macleay Street
Opening hours: Daily, 11.30am-late.
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