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Inside one of Toronto’s popular fried chicken joints

matthew.chin April 3, 2017 56


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Torontonians are flocking to The Dirty Bird, a popular fried chicken and waffle chain started right here in Toronto.

They have coined the term “Northern Fried” which they claim is the first Canadian-style fried chicken.  

Matthew Chin went to The Dirty bird near Bathurst and Bloor street, their second location, to learn about how they set themselves apart from other places serving fried chicken.

Here is a bonus clip where Co-Owner Josh Scott walks you through making their signature dish The Original Dirty Bird.

Overlooking the ODB.
Here is what The Original Dirty Bird looks like from a birds-eye-view. Photo taken by Matthew Chin on March 13, 2017.

Intro and Outro music: “And So Then” by Lee Rosevere.

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