The Chickery, open since 2013 at 130 Spadina Avenue, and the new location in Mt. Sinai Food Hall opening this November has signed another lease at 655 Elm Street (at Bay Street) for a third Toronto location scheduled to open in spring.
“We are very excited to be the first franchisees of The Chickery in Toronto. We are proud to work with renowned Chef David Adjey whose focus is authentic quality chicken and gracious hospitality,” Experienced multi-unit franchisees Bharti Kapoor and Rishi Kapur.
The 5-unit Toronto deal was signed with experienced multi-unit franchisees Bharti Kapoor and Rishi Kapur. The group has past experience in multi-unit restaurant and hospitality franchising. “We are very excited to be the first Toronto franchisees of The Chickery in Toronto. We are proud to work with renowned Chef David Adjey whose focus is authentic quality chicken and gracious hospitality,” said the partners of the brand. “Our first location will be in Mt. Sinai Hospital’s food court which will have other varieties of exemplary food offerings.”
Poultry is expected to become the world's most consumed meat over the next 5 years, according to a report (pdf) released by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development last week. The world's appetite for chicken is growing faster than any other meat, while pork consumption is slowing even in its most popular markets.
2) Dupont Circle: Not a ton of details here, but Washington City Paper's Jessica Sidman tweets that Toronto-based fast-casual chicken chain The Chickery will open at 1300 Connecticut Ave. NW. [PLYWOOD]
The Chickery offers a foodie-fied take on classic fast food. The restaurant’s crispy buttermilk chicken fingers are no exception... Battered and fried to perfection.
The Chickery, a Toronto fast-casual restaurant with a menu made up entirely of chicken dishes and sides, has signed a lease to open a company-owned store at 1300 Connecticut Ave., the former home of burger joint Black & Orange.
17 Delicious Junk Foods You Need To Eat In Toronto: Buttermilk Chicken Tenders from The Chickery
The people at The Chickery clearly understand that there are few (or maybe zero) foods on earth better than truly great chicken tenders, which is why they dip theirs in buttermilk batter and fry them to crispy perfection. Grab some yum at 130 Spadina Ave.