Where to go now: COQBULL

It’s finally happened. The time finally come. The London food scene is back in full swing and we can all enjoy eating inside rather than hoping the table booking include brollies. After many long months of watching the seasons change from our living room windows, we can finally open those group chats and get to making reservations; and what place would be better than CoqBull.

If you’re looking for a place where food and fun are happily married without a prenup then CoqBull Soho is the first that comes to mind. From the fantastic atmosphere and stimulating decor to the food that will make you question every meal you’ve ever had before, we were fortunate enough to kick those big burger cravings to the side whilst visiting, and although we were left rolling down the Soho streets, there were absolutely no regrets.

Buns covered in jalapeño’s and habanero mayo, patties smothered in tobacco onions and crunchy bacon, crispy dry rub chicken wings and breasts fried to perfection.

The clue is in the name, incredible fried chicken and beef burgers to cherish. If you’re thinking “ah, I promised myself I’d lay off the moo and cluck during lockdown” don’t worry,  CoqBull have the most delicious alternatives on this side of the Thames with their “Moq Bulls” menu.

If you’re living your best life full of mimosas and enjoy a good ol’ fashioned brunch with a bit more of a kick, CoqBull has you covered. Enjoy where the real happiness lies: in a plate full of crispy chicken and waffles, bacon and hollandaise sauce, or our personal favourite, Kinder Bueno and hazelnuts. A meal finally worth going a size up in your jeans for!

We could go on and on about what adventures lay ahead of you once you book your table at CoqBull, but we don’t want to spoil the ending before you get to the good part. Get down there and see for yourself.

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