Part of London’s chook-themed bandwagon, Whyte & Brown’s offer is given over to chicken dinners from around the globe – plus a few egg riffs to extend the gimmick. World flavours jazz up the typically bland bird, even if ordering two courses of poultry seems a bit daft: how about hot-and-sour Vietnamese wraps with an overdose of fish sauce followed by a creamy puff-pastry pie packed with hunks of white meat, langoustines and samphire. The place looks good, with communal tables in the bar, a modern feel upstairs and an animated courtyard terrace – although well-meaning staff aren’t always on the ball with so much ground to cover. Whyte & Brown’s enviable location in boutique-packed Kingly Court ensures a steady parade of shoppers and tourists, but this one-trick chick has only limited appeal for foodie Londoners.
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