They say there is nothing fried chicken cannot make better and we are certainly inclined to agree. Who are they you ask? Southport’s newest eatery 2 Bros of course.
Having opened late last month, the fried chicken connoisseurs have already gained a loyal following of chicken lovers and it’s not hard to see why, they are indeed serving up some of the best fried chicken around.
Found on the corner of Ferry Road and Meron Street, 2 Bros is a brightly coloured space all yellows and blues with a big old sign adorning one wall that reads “We don’t CLUCK around” and we can confirm, that is correct.
When it comes to all things fried chicken, these guys know what’s up.
The menu is absolutely packed with lip-smacking eats from burgers to wings and whole chickens should you be the hungriest person on the Coast and let’s dive into the menu because we know you’re dying to find out.
To start with, there are wings and you may choose to snack on 5, 9 or 13 of them. They range from original to scorching hot so choose your own adventure there.
There’s a bigger bites section with Big Wings, a Half Bird, the Whole Damn Bird, Hot Chicken & Waffles (YUM), the Bros Bucket and the Bros Box and it’s all chickeny goodness so you can’t go wrong.
When it comes to burgers there’s plenty of choices; The Original for example comes with crispy friend, chicken, lettuce, American cheese, B&B pickles and 2 Bros special sauce and The Boss comes with all of that plus Nashville Spiced Sauce and Ranch Dressing.
You can also opt for a Cowboy with Angus Beef, the Big Bro Wrap or the 2 Bros Vegan Burger. So many to try.
To sip, we are very happy to announce that there are the most delicious shakes in flavours like Birthday Cake, Oreo Cookie Mint, Salted Caramel and Nutella. Send help.
The team at 2 Bros source local ingredients wherever possible and use antibiotic and hormone-free chicken of the highest quality.
Sounds like all of that really could make things better don’t you think Gold Coasters?
Head on up to Southport and see for yourself.
LOCATION: 8b/61-73 Meron Street, Southport
Words by Kirra Smith. Photos supplied.