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This Sydney Restaurant Is Doing All-You-Can-Eat Fried Chicken For $30 This Month

This Sydney Restaurant Is Doing All-You-Can-Eat Fried Chicken For $30 This Month

All-You-Can-Eat Fried Chicken Is Going For $30 At Johnny Bird In Sydney

Any time you hear the words “all-you-can-eat”, you know you’re in for a good time. All-you-can-eat gnocchi? Great, I can’t wait to fill my body with as many pillowy clouds of carbs as humanly possible. All-you-can-eat fried chicken? Give me, and I cannot stress this enough, all the crispy, golden nuggets you have.

Sydney’s very own Johnny Bird knows the deal, because the restaurant holds all-you-can-eat fried chicken nights for $30 every goddamn blessed month.


The gift from the heavens will take place on the last Saturday of the month for the rest of the year — that’s November 30 and December 28, put it in your calendar. From 5pm, you’ll get unlimited tenders, fries and mash with gravy.

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You’ll also get free rein on three finger-licking dipping sauces, including chipotle mayo, smoky BBQ and hot sauce.


To sweeten the deal even more, Johnny Bird also offers cans of beer for $6 on these nights. The tinnies on offer change monthly, but $6 will get you a half pint of Young Henry’s beer month-round. You don’t have to be a fine dining connoisseur to know that beer and chicken is a match made in foodie heaven.

If you miss out, Johnny Bird’s menu makes a trip to the Crows Nest restaurant worthwhile any other day of the month. While the all-you-can-eat nights stick to tenders, you can also order wings and thighs off the menu, plus whole BBQ chickens, burgers and even mac and cheese.

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If that still isn’t enough fried chicken for you, the world’s first high-tech, drive-through-only KFC is opening in Newcastle this month. Finally, we’ll be able to pre-order our popcorn chicken without talking to another human being. The future is now, and it’s delicious.

Bookings are essential for Johnny Bird’s all-you-can-eat nights, which you can do on the restaurant’s website and their Facebook page.

(Lead image: Johnny Bird / supplied)

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