They’re accompanied by cleansing dill pickles, enjoyably crisp yet pappy white sliced toasted garlic bread and a pot of comeback sauce (essentially a peppery thousand island sauce).
We wanted to give their Nashville cauliflower a run for its money too and so ordered a portion of their cauli’ loaded mac (£6.50).
Finally, a portion of crinkle cut fries (£4) were coated in a thick and rich buttery cheese sauce. Whilst very tasty, they weren’t as assertively crisp as on previous occasions, meaning they eventually became a bit soggy.
I’m a big fan of Fowl and Fury and there’s no doubt that they serve some of the best fried chicken in Cardiff. It’s great to see this excellent Cardiff independent taking the next step from pop-up to permanent.