Happy Bird

Opening Times
Monday12pm - 9:30pm
Tuesday1pm - 9:30pm
Wednesday12pm - 9:30pm
Thursday - Saturday12pm - 10:30pm
Sunday12pm - 9:30pm

Casual DiningMeatyBurgersAmerican££

Why we love it

Eat in, take away or get it delivered – this is some of the finest chicken in Bristol. Happy Bird has eschewed the typical dirty, zero welfare Fried Chicken trope and is focused on only serving the very best chicken, which in our case means free to roam, herb fed chicken raised by Ed, our farmer in Yorkshire, for twice as long as regular chickens.

The birds are bigger, tastier and more succulent , and Happy Bird are a chicken democracy, so you can have your chicken either fried or grilled, served up with standout sauces that are unique to us. So eat clean and healthy or eat more indulgently - its your choice.

The restaurant itself is modern and fun, with a real Miami vibe and a proper soundtrack. With Chef Des now on board, formerly of Carols Crab Kitchen fame, the existing menu is soon to be supplemented with a brand new wave of specials - think Coq Au Vin burgers with shallots, mushrooms and red wine ketchup, Chicken Madras burgers with onion bhajis and Southern inspired behemoths consisting of fried chicken, BBQ sauce and gumbo.

Wriggle Highlights

  • Wing platters with fries and dipping sauces
  • Grilled chicken salads that taste great!
  • High welfare chicken.

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