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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14 Denman StreetLondonW1D 7HJ
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
I would probably rate Clockjack as a 3.5 but sadly that isn't an option.
The food is actually pretty good with the chicken quite juicy and the sweet potato fries are really nice. We had baba ganoush with pitta bread and buttermilk chicken bites for starters. The chicken bites were OK but the BBQ sauce was far too sweet for me. Again the bab ganoush was just OK, probably lacking a bit of...more
Mmeeh. A bit disappointed by clockjack.
Overall chicken is very good but the dishes were very simple: chicken burger, cesar salad or 1/4 of a roast chicken. Not the most exciting meal I have.
It's a bit pricey for just chicken and waiters were not super friendly (we were quite rushed to order)more
What a hidden gem! Thank god for Yelptober, otherwise would have took me a hell of a long time to discover this place. It's tucked away on a little side street right by Piccadilly and damn what a place you have to find, their chicken is easily up there with the best in London.: woo woo!
Being Yelptober, I decided to get the wings with peri peri because I'm all about the spice and got a side...more
The taste is worth it... but it's really not a cheep eat!
I haven't been a fan of chicken for a long time. I'm not really into white meat - which I think that's because usually chicken is done so badly!
Most chicken places rely on the sauce, but I think you should be able to eat something genuinely tasty instead of having to rely on seasoning! Protein with a coating is not my idea of great...more