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Flock Rotisserie and Greens serves perfectly roasted chicken and tarted up salad bowls to core lunchers

Flock Rotisserie and Greens serves perfectly roasted chicken and tarted up salad bowls to core lunchers
(Image: Jackie Pal)

Flock Rotisserie and Greens ★½ 330 Adelaide St. W., 647-483-5626

The menu at this quick-service spot from the Harbord Room’s Cory Vitiello is small: four made-to-order salads, a single sandwich, and roast chicken served whole, halved or quartered. And though there may be a handful of bar stools, the entertainment district eatery is largely a quick-service takeout joint, complete with packaged plastic cutlery. Behind the counter, a custom-made rotisserie spins hormone- and antibiotic-free chickens—spice rubbed and dry cured for a day—to perfection in just over an hour. For the sandwich (pictured above), juicy meat is pulled from the bone, piled high on a house-baked whole-grain bun and topped with peppery beet-and-apple horseradish, mashed avocado and sweet, crispy onions. Salads of kale, red quinoa, marinated chickpeas, roasted beets, shredded red cabbage and wheat berries are given equal care. The Frenchy Flock, a lentil-based bowl, is tarted up with crunchy veggies and a zingy vinaigrette of capers, olives and roasted tomatoes.

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