Ethical food in Upper Street – via Brighton

Get ready to be ensconced in the joys of crispy chicken feet as Brighton’s favourite ethical restaurant comes to London for a six month pop-up.

The tasty ‘beak to feet’ menu comes courtesy of H.en – a high-welfare chicken restaurant from Brighton’s Trafalgar Street. The chicken comes from Caldecott Farm in Worcestershire, where they live a completely traceable life and additive-free.

MasterChef finalists Jack Layer and Billy Wright have also had a helping hand in assembling the menu, which also includes a burger that can be made from pulled, fried, or grilled chicken. You can also eat the bird by the quarter or half.

H.en is currently @ 154-155 Upper Street.

 

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