Zero Fox

Gangnam style chicken wings are just the beginning.
Sarah Ward
April 28, 2016


Gangnam style isn't just a song that you now have stuck in your head as you read this — it's also a wet and spicy flavour of chicken wings at Newstead's latest hotspot. That'd be Zero Fox, which has taken its space at the bottom of the London Woolstores and turned it into a craft beer bar and Japanese kitchen hybrid (with a few Asian fusion option thrown in as well).

On the beverage side of the equation, nine taps rotating through whichever local and international kegs happen to be attached at the time offer up quite the range of thirst-quenchers, with a trio of red and white wines also available too. When it comes to food, expect small snack plates, kimchi fries and bigger selections such as katsu curry, udon, nigiri and sushi, both to enjoy within the eatery's walls or to take home with you.

Indeed, as much as their menu proves a drawcard — and with red and green chicken curry sushi available, as well as butter chicken and cheesy chicken, it certainly does — that's not the only reason to stop by. No, we don't just mean the eye-catching fox-centric feature art, though you definitely won't miss it. In addition to its blend of eating and drinking styles, Zero Fox endeavours to bring something else to Vernon Terrace: an affordable hangout.


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