Best London Deep Fried Chicken

Yes, more chicken – if you don’t want to eat beef and you can’t eat pork, and you don’t like lamb that’s not made by your mom, then eat chicken!

When it comes to Deep Fried Chicken – everyone may think Ah KFC. I am not sure about you, but I can’t bring myself to eat the skin – although all the favour is there. Skin = full of favour but stubbornly stuck to the next yucky layer = FAT. Disgusting flabby fat. Very very yuck if you ask me; and the meat? Dry and hard like the sole of my Dr. Martin’s. So why are there still so many people munching on this stuffs?

Well, I think because they couldn’t find another better more full-bodied flavour and equally crispy alternative. Haha!

Its behind Trocodero.

Its behind Trocodero.

Everyone!!! You ought to give this place a go. I accidentally trod on this dish in this place: Old Tree Daiwan Bee.
If you are not adventurous enough to try authentic Taiwanese street food, then just order their Deep Fried Chicken Breasts. You will not be disappointed.

The mouth-watering flavour falls high on it’s in mouth-coating density (as in Full bodied red wine). Tender juicy chicken breasts pieces coated in a double crunch flavoursome crispy coating – this is Old Tree’s own’s secret recipe. The same intense flavour splashes on your tongue and awaken your taste buds bite after bite – there is no other competitor in the same department for this dish – which seems to be simple in the making but hard to make it right.

I recommend washing it down with a coconut bubble pearl tea, or their lemon juice.

Full of flavour coating

Full of flavour coating

Evenly layered crispiness and flavour.

Evenly layered crispiness and flavour.

Old Tree Daiwan Bee
26 Rupert Street, Soho, London.
(Conventry Street end, next door to a Tattoo Parlour)
Nearest station = Piccadilly Circus.

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