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10 places to eat... chicken

Why did the Yelper cross the road?

To eat some American style chicken... Yelp gives you something to crow about with delicious chicken dishes across Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Bistro Moderne

15 NW Circus Place, Edinburgh

Sharon G was persuaded to order the Sunday roast chicken after hearing about the butter piped under the skin, rendering it "delicious and moistW. It came highly recommended by the waiter" and left Sharon "very happy with it all".

Burger Meats Bun

48A West Regent Street, Glasgow

Renowned for their burgers, Austen M recommends you also try the wings. "Seoul chicken wings which tasted amazing and more importantly the meat fell off the bone so easily. I would go as far as to say these are the best cooked chicken wings I have ever had."

Bar Kohl

54 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh

"It was so delicious," says Lucia A of her New Jersey burger. "Fried chicken, mozzarella, salad and sauces ... The chicken was just good old-fashioned fried chicken in a lovely batter." Along with an "Edinburgh Collins" cocktail, it was the perfect mix.

Banana Leaf

67 Cambridge Street, Glasgow

Glass C loved the chicken kung po - "diced delicate chicken with onion, some spring oniony type things, and dried red chilli. The right level of spice, tender chicken and a very decent portion."

Wings Edinburgh

5/7 Old Fishmarket Close, Edinburgh

"It's just wings and beer," notes Shona F. "Oh and chips but you don't want chips - you come here for the wings... deep fried, American, buffalo wing style. They are perfect. This is a great place to come with friends before heading out."

The Curler's Rest

256 Byres Road, Glasgow

"The absolute best time to go is on a Sunday," says Lynne M. She recommends that you "experience one of their incredible roast dinners. The chicken roast is half a whole chicken, and the plates are full to bursting."

Shezan Indian Cuisine

25 Union Place, Edinburgh

Morven R was happy with her "special chicken bhuna with steamed rice - which was a nice change to the usual basmati". We can see why - the menu lists caramelised onions, fresh ginger and garlic among the ingredients. Delicious!

Pinto Mexican

138 Queen Street, Glasgow

For chicken with a Mexican twist, why not try a burrito with chicken. Lauren G says "it was perhaps one of the best things I've ever tasted in my life. It was huge too".

Tupiniquim

Green Police Box on Lauriston Place, Edinburgh

"Release Chicken" is Alex R's crepe filling of choice: "chicken, sweetcorn, sun-dried tomatoes, cheese and fresh spinach, with a few added drops of Encoma hot sauce to give it a bit of a kick. It only took around five minutes to make, and it was absolutely delicious".

Malmaison

278 West George Street, Glasgow

Jen W "ordered the buttermilk fried chicken with waffles and maple syrup. It was so peculiar to see on a British brunch menu that I just couldn't help myself! I found the chicken to be crisp and tender".

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