Review: Ma’Plucker, Soho, London


Out Of Office Magazine reviews Ma’Plucker, a fun and casual chicken shop in Soho

This bright and funky diner gets really popular in the day time. Here, you can have chicken three ways: rubbed and rotisserie-roasted, buttermilk-dipped and crispy or pulled and spicy, barbecued slow and low.

There are lots of different sides on offer, such as mash, seasonal greens, buttered corn, ‘crack and cheeze’, fries and pickles.

We opted for the fried chicken and halloumi bun, accompanied by fries. We washed it down with the Chilean Sauvignon Blanc.

We would recommend going here for lunch as much of the menu options had sold out by the late evening!

Where? A stone’s throw from Carnaby Street, located on Beak Street (impeccable location) this restaurant is great if you’re looking to explore shops in the West End, going to the theatre or work nearby.

Why visit Ma’Plucker? If you’re looking for fresh chicken cooked with soul – try Ma’Plucker. They also do various midweek deals, such as ‘Wing it Wednesday’ and a ‘Bird & Bubbles’ brunch with unlimited prosecco at the weekend.

Cost: £


75 Beak Street, London W1F 9SS
0207 096 2046






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