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7.1

Chik'n

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Chik’n is an upmarket chicken shop on Baker Street, run by the same guys behind the excellent Chick n’Sours. It feels like a cross between a Shake Shack and KFC - so think tasty wings, shakes, and fried chicken sandwiches, but made using free range bird and high-quality ingredients. The basic chicken sandwich is very good, and the wings and nachos are great as well. Hit it for a quick snack or fast food fix if you’re in the area.

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