Whether it’s fried, grilled or given the rotisserie treatment, London’s obsession with chicken has been mounting for some time. In fact, you’d be hard pressed to find a menu without it. Not at Fallow, though — at least not until now.

Dreamt up by Jack Croft, William Murray and James Robson, their new pop-up, Fowl, is a result of the team eventually finding a suitably sustainable bird, reared on a regenerative farm.

‘At Fallow we try to focus on using animals that have lived for a different purpose, such as the ex-dairy cow, ex-ewes or spent hens, so we didn’t put chicken on the menu,’ says Murray. ‘Then The Ethical Butcher told me about this new small chicken supplier based in Devon, which has the most ridiculously free-range chickens that basically live in a forest.’

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