From shipping container start-up to fully-fledged eatery in its own right, cult favourite fried-chicken shop Lucky Egg is one of Brisbane’s biggest foodie success stories. After relocating to its own stand-alone venue on Brunswick Street mall, Lucky Egg kicked its service into a higher gear, dishing out fried-chicken burgers, wings, karaage cups and beers in a more prominent location. The change also brought a few new items to the menu, including Lucky Egg’s own beef burger – stacked with a brisket and chuck pattie, pickles, onion, tomato, lettuce, American cheddar and a trio of condiments – as well as light breakfast options, coffee, juices, smoothies and house-made sodas. Lucky Egg’s proprietor, Jakob Knauth, has sourced his chicken from a free-range farm near Ipswich, and all produce from a family owned company that operates from a local farmers market. This joint is more than a post-bender pit-stop, Lucky Egg is a great spot to grab a takeaway lunch or dinner with all meals available to go.