7 Best Places to Eat Chicken & Waffles in London

From the humble hamburger to the New York slice, when it comes to comfort grub our friends across the pond have hit the nail on the head, and nothing proves that more than the salty, sweet and satisfying combination of chicken and waffles. Great for breakfast, even better for brunch and the ultimate brinner dish, restaurants across the capital are flocking to offer their own take on the soul food classic, so we've rounded up the best places in London to eat chicken and waffles.



Steak And Company, Gloucester Road

Nestled in the heart of Kensington is Steak and Company, a restaurant with a farm-to-fork approach to cooking and a high-energy atmosphere. Every Saturday, it hosts a bottomless brunch starting from £30 per person which sees vintage trip performances and free-flowing cocktails take over the venue. And on the menu? Buttermilk waffles and chicken, of course, alongside 90 minutes of your favourite drink.

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Forget steakhouse breakfasts - the buttermilk waffles and chicken's where it's at.

Juno Rooms, City of London

This gorgeous, foliage-decked dining room in the heart of the Square Mile is one of our favourite places to head for chicken and waffles in London. Alongside a wealth of zesty cocktails to get stuck into, Juno Rooms offer a slick stack of crunchy double fried chicken and crispy bacon, slathered in sweet chilli sauce and vibrant greens.

Juno Rooms Chicken And Waffles London

Head to Juno Rooms for stunning stacks of double-fried chicken and sweet chilli sauce.

Breakfast Club, Canary Wharf

Channelling the glory days of Northern Soul and modelled on old working men’s club (as well as the famous Wigan Casino), The Breakfast Club in Canary Wharf is a must-visit for lovers of quirky party venues. And it’s not just the decor that’s off-kilter – their take on fried chicken and waffles comes with a cornflake-coated twist and a side of American gravy, caramelised onions and a fried egg.

Breakfast Club Canary Wharf Chicken and Waffles London

This true blue take on the classic dish brings American gravy and cornflake-coated chicken to the table.

Prince of Peckham, Peckham

With White Men Can't Jerk in the kitchen, Queen's Road's Prince of Peckham is serving up some of the most perfectly spiced fried chicken in South London at their brunch for £14.50 a pop. Add some soft, fluffy waffles, pour over some maple butter - maybe add some bottomless booze and rum cocktails to the mix? - and you've got a real recipe for success.

Prince of Peckham Chicken & Waffles

Pair your chicken and waffles with maple butter and bottomless fizz and you've got the Prince of Peckham special.

The 411, Angel

The 411's weekend brunch menu offers you a great pick of fried chicken and waffles in London, complete with none other than a smothering of maple syrup and butter. But that's not all, as you can add on bottomless drinks every Sunday for £25 - accompanying your meal with mimosas, bloody marys and bubbles.

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Make it a bottomless affair here.

BrewDog, Across London

Offering one of the best chicken and waffle brunches in London, BrewDog are cooking up something a little spicier than your standard spread. Their fabulous fried chicken comes smothered in a mix of maple syrup and zingy hot sauce - the perfect pick-me-up for pairing with fresh coffee, or, more likely, a few of their award-winning pints.

BrewDog Brunch Chicken and Waffles London

BrewDog have jumped on the bandwagon with a hot sauce-smothered option.

Cocotte, Shoreditch

Okay, so you've had chicken and waffles, but have you had chicken and croissant waffles? Get yourself over to Shoreditch where Cocotte is creating some of the tastiest hybrids in the breakfast game. The Hoxton Square restaurant will be topping these flaky beauts with sweet chilli-basted chicken thighs, a fried egg and their special sauce.

Cocotte Shoreditch Chicken and Waffles London

Cocotte's croissant waffles are taking your brunch game up a notch.

Looking for more US-inspired eats? Check out our guide to the best American restaurants in London.