Butchies heads to Earls Court for third permanent site

By James McAllister

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London-based gourmet fried chicken brand Butchies heads to Earls Court for third permanent restaurant

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London-based gourmet fried chicken brand Butchies is to open its third bricks-and-mortar site next month on Kenway Road in Earls Court.

The new 20-cover restaurant will offer delivery and takeaway seven days a week, and serve an all-day menu that includes six of Butchies fried chicken sandwiches all of which are served in soft butter-toasted buns.

They include The Original with house pickles and homemade garlic and fresh herb aioli; and the Cheesy Rider with cheese dripping, house pickles and Butchies’ sriracha chilli sauce.

There will also be a selection of wings, tenders and popcorn chicken available, as well as a new 'Mac N Crac' side dish, which sees mac n cheese topped with shards and nuggets of fried chicken skin.

The Earls Court site will also offer Butchies’ 'shorty meals'; a kid’s meal priced at £5, including 6 pieces of Popcorn Chicken, house BBQ sauce, small fries and a blackcurrant and raspberry juice from Pip Organic.

Butchies was founded in 2014 by Garrett and Emer FitzGerald, and has previously operated street food stalls in Broadway Market, Camden Stables Market, and Market Halls Fulham.

The group opened its first permanent location in Shoreditch back in late 2017, and followed that up last year​ with a second bricks-and-mortar spot on Clapham High Street.

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