Clock jackと呼ばれる肉焼き串まわし器（2枚目の写真のカウンターの後ろにちらっと見える）が由来のClockjack Ovenは、ほぼ鶏づくし（メニュー）。フランス・ブルターニュ地方の小規模養鶏組合から仕入れた放し飼いの鶏を、自家製レシピのマリネで味付け。名物のロティサリー（rotisserie / 回転焼き）・ローストチキンは、小・中・大のサイズがあり、4種類から選べる自家製ソース（ranch、barbecue、chilli、Caesar）でいただく（詳細はメニュー参照）。
When you ask people in London what is their favorite chicken restaurant, many would say Nando’s, South African chain known for its Portuguese-Mozambican flame-grilled PERi-PERi chicken, more than Kentucky Fried Chicken. But if you prefer an independent restaurant but not chain, you may want to try Clockjack Oven in SOHO near Piccadilly Circus.
Named after their clock jack spit roasting machine (behind the counter in the 2nd photo), Clockjack Oven is all about chicken (menu). Their free range chickens are sourced from a small farming co-operative in Brittany, France, and are flavoured with a simple marinade made from their own recipe. Available in different sizes, their rotisserie roasted chicken is served with one (or more if you like) of four house sauces: ranch, barbecue, chilli, and Caesar (see menu for details).
Nice place, friendly staffs, and delicious chicken and sauces (I like two creamy ones, ranch and Caesar), but we ordered whole chicken with 10 pieces, which was a bit too much for the same taste. It would have been smarter to order smaller portion of those, combining with other varieties of chicken and side dishes…
Whole Rotisserie Roasted Chicken (10 pieces) £18.95 / Caesar salad £3.95 / Double cooked chips £2.95