Living in Finsbury Park, my idea of ‘chicken shop’ has come to mean late-night stopovers at greasy joints where a burger, chips and spicy wings cost a couple of quid… even with a can of Mirinda chucked in. But leaving the confines of N4 for proper grub opens up a whole new world of chicken connoisseurs…
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With two locations already established in Shoreditch and Croydon, Coqfighter's first bricks-and-mortar restaurant brought their chicken frying skills to Soho. Located on the aptly named Beak Street, this unique eatery serves up some mouthwatering dishes, from their trademark fried chicken thigh to vodka and sesame battered wings and bao buns.
The brainchild of three Melbourne natives looking to recreate the fried chicken joints of their hometown, the 40-cover restaurant stays open until 10pm throughout the week, for all your pre-night out soakage and post-office snacking. And if you're looking to make Coqfighter the main event they've got an excellent selection of Asian-inspired cocktails including a Szechuan Negroni and a boozy jasmine tea spritz.
- Happily Affordable ££
- Background Music
- No queues normally
Coqfighter, 75, Beak Street, W1F 9SS
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