The Shoreditch-based brand will be bringing its ‘naughty but nice’ dishes to a restored pub in Islington on 8 October, and a third site in Camden in November.
It is one of a growing number of 'quality' fried chicken sites in the capital, with Carl Clarke's Chick 'n' Sours launching in Dalston and Gideon Joffe's Chooks opening its second London site in October.
BIRD Islington will feature a revamped menu focusing on burgers, with new additions such as The Nashville Hot – fried chicken coated with extra hot cayenne glaze, melted American cheese, house kewpie mayonnaise and pickles – sitting alongside customer favourite the Original Waffle Burger.
The restaurant's famous Doughnut Hatch will be serving up freshly made varieties such as peanut butter glaze and Oreo crunch, available to takeaway with £1 coffee.
BIRD has also partnered with Camden Town Brewery to offer a selection of draft beers alongside Dirtybird and Passionfruit Margarita cocktails.
While details of the brand’s Camden opening remain scarce, BIRD said it would be releasing more information nearer its November launch date.