2-3 Charlotte Way
Mad Egg is noisy, busy and the fried chicken is consumed at communal tables. It’s not for those who want a quiet, reflective meal, a confidential tête-á-tête or clean hands after the meal. But it’s good. Darn good. The chicken is tea-brined, something that’s common in the southern states of the USA; the combination of tea, salt and sugar means that the meat retains moisture when fully cooked and, of course, it’s flavour is enhanced.