Open all day, from breakfast through to dinner, Whyte & Brown champions best quality, British, free-range chicken.
Dishes include roasted and grilled chicken and a choice of burgers, soups, pies, salads, casseroles, wings and croquettes.
Signatures include the Bangkok Scotch Egg with minced thighmeat and fresh Thai herbs and a grilled chicken Caesar Burger with coarselygrated Parmesan and Worcestershire sauce.
Free-range egg dishes range from a Risotto Scotch Egg encased with leek, spinach and lemon thyme risotto through to breakfast classics such as Eggs Florentine and Benedict.
At the weekend, Whyte & Brown serves wholeroasted and spatch-cocked chicken, stuffing, bread sauce, roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings and house-made gravy.
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Whyte & Brown
- +44 20 3747 9820
This restaurant is located in the Kingly Court in Carnaby Street. The atmosphere is amazing and the service is quick though I did feel rushed with the staff in a hurry to clear the plates.
Food was good - I tried the buttermilk chicken option which was delish though lacking mayo (very stingy with their mayo). Also the burgers don't come with fries - you have to order these separately.
A little pricey for the quality of food, but upstairs in Kingly Court, that is to be expected. Had the chicken skins (like pork rinds) which were deliciously salted and crispy, the side salad w/green goddess dressing (not worth the £3 for a few lettuce leaves and pumpkin seeds), and the chicken-on-the-bone dish which came with some green lettuce and a few slices of prosciutto. Total bill came...more
Love the location of this place. Kingly Court is one of my favourite little spots in London. W&B is really cute, with it's rustic style decor. Funny enough, my veggie friend and I went to this chicken restaurant for lunch together. Although neither of us eat chicken, they have a few great veggie options. They had a £10 lunch meal deal going on, and I had a cup of cold gazpacho soup and a...more
Stumbled across here whilst looking for somewhere for brunch on a bank holiday Monday.
Went for the full English and was pretty impressed. My expectations weren't high, however it was really good. Great tasty bacon and yummy sausages.
Service was good. Reasonably priced for the west end. Lovely little venue.more
I came here for lunch a few weeks ago and really have to recommend it. The service was a bit odd as both of our waiters seemed to be extremely frustrated despite the fact it was a very quiet afternoon but the lunch deal was fantastic.
For £10 you are able to order 2 of either a wrap, salad or soup. My friend and I decided to order the chicken caesar salad, the greek salad, the chicken wrap...more