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Chick ‘n’ Sours to open fourth restaurant

03 October 2019 by
Chick ‘n’ Sours to open fourth restaurant

Fried chicken restaurant group Chick ‘n’ Sours is to open its fourth site in a 17th-century building near Liverpool Street in London in early November.

The 50-cover venue on Artillery Passage, spread across two floors, will include a take-away hatch and will be open seven days a week.

Founders David Wolanski and former DJ Carl Clarke will offer monthly specials at the site, as well as a new lunch menu.

Chick ‘n’ Sours’ ‘Whole Fry’ chicken will be available every day of the week, rather than just on Sundays. And there will be a full plant-based menu on offer, featuring meat-free ‘No Way Spicy Nuggs’ nuggets. Also on the menu will be ‘bang bang cucumbers’, a vegan pickled watermelon salad and fries with vegan sriracha mayo.

The restaurant also has a new range of £5 cocktails and a Smock Alley fishbowl to honour the previous name of the street on which it sits.

Clarke said: “With all the uncertainty looming over Brexit we are just so grateful to be able to continue on our journey of spreading some fried chicken love. It’s such a cosy little passage steeped in rich history and just feels right for us, just off the beaten track and feels a bit naughty which always excites us.”

Wolanski added: “It’s such a great location, tucked away but still in the beating heart of this wicked area. The new lunch menu is going to be banging and who can resist a £5 cocktail! We’ve always wanted a take-away hatch where you can come and quickly get your Chick ‘n’ Sours fix and finally we’ve found a site where we can make it happen.”

The duo founded Chick ‘n’ Sours in 2015 with the launch of their first site in Dalston in London.

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