I am sorry to hear you had bad experience with the Farmshop fried chicken. From time-to-time Farmshop experiments with different crusts, though it usually mentions it on the menu if so. From your photos, the crust looks different than the regular Farmshop crust, more like the corn masa crust I had the misfortune to try there some weeks back (which was indeed, too hard and thick). The regular fried chicken (which is based on the Ad Hoc recipe, like the fried chicken at Bouchon) is usually really good, though, and, if you get it to go, you can buy the chicken ($16) and sides ($8 each) separately if you do not want the complete dinner. The sides, which change every Sunday, are usually excellent.
Jar has also been doing a really good Sunday night fried chicken and I recently got an e-mail from Mud Hen that it has started doing one on Mondays, which is the same day Bouchon does its take on the Ad Hoc recipe. Superb Food & Bread used to have a good Sunday fried chicken as well but the last few times I tried it there, it has been less well-prepared (batter, spicing and cooking)–of course, Superba has suffered a lot of kitchen changeover but still disappointing.