Happy Bird takes flight at The Fine Line, Bow Churchyard

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Indie premium chicken brand Happy Bird has taken flight at The Fine Line in Bow Churchyard, nesting in the kitchen to serve-up the tastiest free-range chicken in London – perfect for accompanying the pub’s great range of craft beers.

The pop-up kitchen has brought an exciting new menu and taste profile to the pub and can be enjoyed in several ways – eat in with your favourite drink from the bar, grab and go from its outdoor food stand for lunch, or order via Deliveroo to have it delivered to your home or office.

Happy Bird pop-up kitchen opens at The Fine Line in Bow Churchyard, London

What’s on the menu

With wraps, burgers, hot sandwiches, tenders, wings and salads, all accompanied by Happy Bird’s homemade sauces, there’s something for everyone, including vegans and vegetarians.

There are regular specials, sharing platters and a bar food menu complete the offer.

View Happy Bird's menu.

Happy Bird pop-up kitchen opens at The Fine Line in Bow Churchyard, London

About Happy Bird

Happy Bird got its name from its signature range of free to roam, super high welfare chickens plucked from a small family farm in Yorkshire.

Founder Adam Batty said: “It all starts with the birds – and we genuinely do start with happy ones. We get our chicken from a small family farm in Yorkshire where the standards of animal husbandry are legendary – all the chickens are free to roam outside and are grown for twice as long as regular factory birds. The next stage is to use state of the art pressure fryers to cook the chicken to perfection, every time – this ensures they stay succulent and juicy.

“We have spent a lot of time in the test kitchen developing our menu for this City venue and especially our new range of fantastic sauces so that not only do they accentuate or compliment the flavour of the meat, they also tie in with the Fine Line’s excellent craft beers. We think great beer and epic fried chicken is the perfect pairing.”

Happy Bird pop-up kitchen opens at The Fine Line in Bow Churchyard, London
Happy Bird pop-up kitchen opens at The Fine Line in Bow Churchyard, London

The new spot for chicken & craft beer in London

Fuller’s Managing Director Jonathon Swaine said: “We are always keen to try new concepts and see what we can learn as a business – so when Happy Bird approached us, it seemed like a good option for The Fine Line at Bow Churchyard.

“The offer matches our own approach of working with great farmers with high standards of animal welfare and traceability so it’s a perfect fit for us. I’m sure it will do well – let’s face it, what’s not to love about craft beer and chicken?”

And, too right he is. To taste Happy Bird for yourself, visit The Fine Line, located at 1 Bow Churchyard in London, EC4M 9DQ.

The kitchen is open 12 until 10 Monday to Friday.

Visit The Fine Line Bow Churchyard for more information and to make a booking.

Happy Bird pop-up kitchen opens at The Fine Line in Bow Churchyard, London

Pop up kitchens in Fuller’s pubs

Famous London pub The Churchill Arms in South Kensington was the pioneer for Thai franchise kitchens operating in pubs across Britain. Since then, numerous Thai kitchens have opened within pubs, sparking the delicious and unique pop-up kitchen movement in pubs.

The Limehouse in Canary Wharf is home to Sri Lankan pop-up kitchen Karapincha, while The Sun & 13 Cantons in Soho boasts Thai Kitchen Jeow Jeow.

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