Former Revolution duo plan restaurant chain launch

BANGKOK, THAILAND-February 17, 2004: A large chicken statue stands outside a restaurant serving fried chicken February 17, 2004 in Bangkok,Thailand. An outbreak of Bird Flu has ravaged poultry farms and could devastate the country's chicken export sector which is the world's fourth largest worth 1.5 billion dollars. Thailand is still struggling to control the virus which has surfaced again in some cockfighting chickens.The disease that has already gripped 10 Asian nations has also spread in the United States, with Pennsylvania the third northern US state to find a weaker strain among chicken flocks.
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Two former employees of Revolution Bars Group are launching their first restaurant and hope it will become the next big chicken chain in the UK.

Carl Morris and Laura Morris are set to open their first ‘Yard and Coop’ restaurant in Manchester’s Northern Quarter later this month.

The restaurant will specialise in buttermilk fried chicken, available with a range of sauces, sides and sharing plates.

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Morris believes there is space in the market for a chicken-only menu and told the Manchester press that their inspiration for the concept has been taken from the global market place.

“Following more than 30 years combined experience in the hospitality industry, we knew that we wanted to create a unique menu that will not only excite the Manchester diner, but allow us to pull together the best elements of casual dining concepts we have experienced around the world.”




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