While Veganuary might be over, we bet there’s a fair few of you who are starting to think maybe – just maybe – it might be possible to keep the no-meat approach going for another month or more.
Indeed, you’ve probably been spurred on by more and more friends talking up vegetarianism, if not veganism, over the last few months.
Well, we’ve got three words that’ll put an end to those dreams: free fried chicken.
If you’re in London, and you’re near enough to Covent Garden to get there this Friday lunchtime (2 February), free fried chicken could be more than just a pipe dream.
It’s part of the opening celebrations of On the Dak, a fried chicken restaurant from the folks behind Korean Street Food chain On the Bab.
The first 100 customers will be able to get their hands on a small portion of sweet soy fried chicken – just for being first through the door.
Just two days to go - on 2nd February Covent Garden welcomes @OnTheDakLDN - specialising in Korean Fried Chicken. And on opening day they'll be giving away 100 portions of their signature Sweet Soy Korean Fried Chicken FOR FREE from 11.30am-1.30pm on a 1st-come, 1st-served basis! pic.twitter.com/JZFMWUXw3A— BOE Magazine (@boemagazine) January 31, 2018
The deal will run from 11.30am-1.30pm tomorrow on Monmouth Street, a short walk from Covent Garden.
While a full menu is yet to show up on the On the Dak website, Hot Dinners reports that dishes will include chicken dishes with noodles and rice, plus four different flavours of fried chicken.
If it’s as good as the food at On the Bab, they’ll be sure to have people flocking back.