Clockjack Oven chicken restaurant hits Soho with more to come

By Luke Nicholls

- Last updated on GMT

Related tags: Management, M25 motorway, Opening

The first Clockjack Oven chicken restaurant will open in Denman Street, Soho, in the first week of December
The first Clockjack Oven chicken restaurant will open in Denman Street, Soho, in the first week of December
Clockjack Oven, a new rotisserie chicken restaurant group, has secured its first site on Denman Street in London’s Soho, with plans to create a chain of up to 15 sites.

The 60-cover restaurant will open in the first week of December on a 1,154 sq.ft site which previously traded as The Maharaja Indian restaurant ,which featured on Channel 5’s Restaurant Inspector.

The group, founded by former Terra Firma executive Fraser Duncan and Centre Parcs Europe COO Jerry Goldberg, recently told our sister title M&C Report that it plans to expand to up to 15 sites within the M25 over the next five years, with the first five aimed at central London.

Denman Street is within a district that has upped its F&B offerings in recent years and it is understood Jamie Oliver’s Union Jacks will be opening opposite Clockjack Oven while Firmdale is planning to open a 90-bedroom boutique hotel and cinema.

This is the latest in a spate of new openings in London where poultry has a leading role. And, just yesterday, BigHospitality reported the upcoming opening of The Flat Chicken, which is coming to roost in Stratford-upon-Avon. 

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