Clockjack is Central London's first specialist rotisserie chicken restaurant, featuring the only vertical rotisserie of its kind operating in Europe.
Expect delicious free-range, rotisserie roasted chicken with a choice of zingy sauces, fresh salads and sharing dishes. It's the ideal place for a quick, healthy bite when seeking a break from shopping or theatre in London's West End.
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Venue Details & Map
14 Denman StreetLondonW1D 7HJ
Considering the price and location, fairly faultless rotisserie chicken. Tasty, juicy and with good sides too. Service was absolutely fine. Recommended.more
Really delicious chicken, either buttermilk bites, pulled, shredded, rotisserie, or fried, accompanied with delicious sauces. My fave is the the pineapple and teriyaki. Served with sides such as clockjack coleslaw or fries. Their sweet potato fries are very more-ish. All washed down with some great London Craft Beers. The chicken wings are on the tiny side though (compared to Nandos!)
DAMMIT! *smashes fist through window*
Thats how good the chicken was guys. Worth a trip to the hospital and 12 stiches.
I mean, the thing is, im not a roast chicken kind of girl. Im more of a . . . . . i want to say BBQ wings in an undesirable part of down town, but that would be a lie.
Truth is i like champagne, whether it be in pasta or a tall flute, so the idea of a whole roast chiken did...more
Oh my Toasted Pine nuts which have been sprinkled upon a bed of rocket leaves on a fine summer's day!!!
THIS IS CHICKENNNNNNNNNNN! *kicks nearest bystander*
I have never and I mean NEVER tasted roasted chicken this good in all my bloody life! Wow.co.UK!!!!!!
How do they do it?? Matter of fact I don't care I just want more!
So tender and juicy I was convinced I was eating chicken flavoured...more
Just off of Piccadilly Circus, Clockjack is really conveniently located for the theatre crowd. Part of Clockjack's charm is the atmosphere - it's relaxed and down-to-earth, offering a simple fare and a wide selection of craft beers.
I wasn't able to sample the selection of lagers, but was given a few glasses of the house red, while the appetisers began to arrive.
The homemade hummus (£2.25)...more