Rotisserie chicken is easy enough to cook – skewer chicken, rotate – but it is devilishly difficult to do well. Cocotte Rotisserie on Westbourne Grove in Bayswater can be proudly count themselves among the finest purveyors of revolving poultry to be found anywhere in London. They take the finest free-range, veggie and corn-fed birds from their farm in La Chapelle d’Andaine in France, and marinate them in a secret recipe of spices and herbs for a whole 24 hours before roasting them. They serve the chucks up with potatoes roasted in the chicken dripping, or if you’re so inclined, with truffle-infused mac & cheese or with a simple mashed potato side. There are plenty of salads to choose from as well, should you be wanting for something slightly lighter, so there is never a reason not to go down to Cocotte on Westbourne Grove in Bayswater. Book a table now and set a course for Royal Oak tube for French meal in London to remember.