Bhatti’s Fried Chicken
It had been a great fun weekend with a lovely couple of days in Glasgow and a riotous return to Edinburgh. This rendered the following sunny Monday null and void.
Such days rarely end with me finding the enthusiasm for cooking and such was the case once more. I consulted the oracular delivery apps and soon hit upon Bhatti’s Fried Chicken.
Occupying the shop that previously traded as Kobane, as the name suggests it’s a fried chicken place. It also does pizzas, kebabs and other takeaway staples.
I was struggling to decide between pizza or chicken when I spotted that they offered chicken parmesan, which I hoped meant the Sunday name for the Middlesbrough delicacy the parmo.
The option to add pizza toppings reinforced this suspicion so I ordered it, with cheese, mushroom and donner meat my choices.
I added some chips and cheese for #chipquest purposes. It came to a total of £11.98 including delivery.
Items arrived in good time. Of course, the parmo came with chips making my chips and cheese order rather excessive, but I was clearly in a chip mood as I scoffed both portions. They were good.
The chicken parmesan was indeed a parmo so that was exciting to find in the city. It wasn’t the best I’ve sampled but it was a decent effort with nicely crisp chicken that had some good succulence to it.
So overall, Bhatti’s Fried Chicken looks to be a good, reliable place for fried chicken. I was delighted to discover a parmo on offer in Edinburgh and would recommend it to the curious. I might give their pizzas a look next time I’m feeling lazy and dreadful.