The Bok Shop

The Bok Shop is a free range fried chicken and vegan fried ‘chikn’ joint. Founded by friends Jamie and Howard in Brighton in 2017, the menu is a balance of contemporary and nostalgic street style food cooked with fresh and homemade ingredients. The Bok Shop takes its inspirations from London-style fried chicken culture, as well as Asia and the Southern United States. There’s a range of goodies on the menu – fantastic burgers, mouth-watering wraps, an array of delicious sides and their award-winning chicken wings and tenders.

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