You know the feeling, either you’re down, unwell or just plain starvin’, there are times where nothing will help apart from one thing – a comforting plate of Fried Chicken. Don’t head straight to the fast-food chain, try some of these places first…

Buck’s Bar

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Claiming to serve “the best buttermilk fried chicken you’ve ever tasted!”, Buck’s Bar specialises in fried chicken. With Burgers, Wings, Hot-Style Chicken and Chicken & Waffles (which are amazing!) on the menu, this place is a Chicken Lovers dream!

Bloc

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IMAGE: Bloc’s fried chicken

Located on Bath Street, Bloc is an ideal pitstop for a casual lunch. Try the Southern Chicken Burger, breast of corn-fed chicken coated in southern spices with a habanero and apricot sauce. Skint? Get down to Bloc on a Thursday, when it’s Kentucky Thursday. For £4 you can feast on seasoned chicken breast strips Kentucky style with seasoned fries and slaw, much better than a Bargain Bucket!

Max’s Bar & Grill

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Another popular choice for fried chicken is Max’s Bar & Grill on Queen Street. Choose from either the All American Chicken and Waffles, Chicken in a Basket or Louisiana Chicken, the choices are endless!

Kimchi Cult

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Try Fried Chicken – Korean Style! At ‘Scotland’s first Korean style fast food sit in’, you can feast on Free Range Chicken Thighs in either a sweet gochujang hot sauce or soy garlic glaze. Have it with a side of Kimchi – spicy, fermented cabbage.

Steak, Cattle & Roll

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If it’s a burger you’re after, head to Steak, Cattle & Roll on Sauchiehall Street. Try either the Kansas Chicken Burger, Southern fried chicken breast coated in Coca Cola BBQ sauce
& topped with melted cheddar cheese or the Deep South Chicken Burger, Southern fried chicken breast with green slaw & ranch sauce.

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