This fried chicken is the talk of Thonglor.
Taking the place of Xiao Chi in The Commons is a spicy Nashville fried chicken specialist.
Fowlmouth is brought to us by the same owner as Chu Chocolate Bar and Cafe, which has been a Bangkok brunch institution since its Asoke opening in 2010, followed last year by a Sathorn expansion.
The restaurant pedigree bodes well for Fowlmouth, which is literally importing flavors from the heartland of American barbecue, with spices from American company Sonoran. The fire in the chicken wings and thighs comes from a blend of cayenne, habanero and a pinch of bird’s eye chili. The chicken is brined in buttermilk and twice fried, ensuring long-lasting crispness with juicy and tender insides.
A big tray of wings is B300 for 6 or B600 for 12, with sauces of spicy mayo, barbecue or buttermilk ranch. You can also have it as a burger in a bun from Conkey’s Bakery with a side of saucy coleslaw (B250). For the all-American experience, get the chicken on a waffle with maple butter (B250).
Also satisfyingly American is the Arnold Palmer (B100), a refreshing mix of lemonade and iced tea.