However the location is very convenient and it is beside the mid-level escalators.
Chicken on the run specialises in Australian roast chicken and food.
There is also a rotisserie in Sai Kung, but the chicken is quite dry.
Although I tried the roast chicken at FLAME first, I felt that I should publish the review first for this place because they are the first Rotisserie in Hong Kong.
As well as roast chicken they also have wonderful side dishes and a confectionery corner of chocolate bars and tuck shop sweets for the expats!
It would be great if all the items in the cabinet were labelled.
While I was there, there were two cute cats outside, a ginger one and a striped one.
Bacon and broccoli quiche:
The taste was amazing, just like the quiches in UK.
Salmon and potato patty:
I think this is made in house because the potatoes are unevenly mashed and the shaped is interesting.
Again it tasted really nice but it wasn’t hot enough.
Vegetable fried rice:
It was a nice mix of peas, chives and egg the way I cook my fried rice.
Chicken and herb patty:
The chicken patty was too dry and tasteless.
The chili roast chicken was not very spicy and the herbs one was really nice.
In terms of the chicken they were both tender and juicy.
I did not order the chicken on my first visit because it was late that day and they looked a bit dry, so I decided to try it another day.
nudie GREEN CRUSHIES Smoothie:
I gulped all of it in one go because it tasted really similar to PJ smoothies in UK.
It just tasted like a thin Bounty bar with a hint of cherries and there was lot of desiccated coconut inside.