A well-liked Korean fried rooster chain – with 370 areas all over the world – is gifting away free wings for the launch of its first Australian diner.
We all know and love Korean fried rooster – double-fried with a crisp outer layer and juicy meat, all coated with sticky sauce that’s normally a mixture of candy and salty. Now one of many world’s main chains is bringing its personal model to Australia.
Bonchon first opened in Busan, Korea, in 2002 and launched its first worldwide location within the US in 2006 – now there are greater than 370 worldwide.
Australia’s first style has landed at Melbourne’s Craigieburn Central, and to have fun the launch, the chain is gifting away free fried rooster wings to diners who rock up on opening day, with three wings every per individual.
You’ll get three items of the crunchy fried chook, which comes hand-brushed with both spicy or soy-garlic glaze. Additionally on the eatery’s menu: steamed rooster buns, dumplings, loaded kimchi fries, bulgogi (marinated grilled beef) and japchae (candy potato glass noodles).
The giveaway runs from 2pm to 5pm.
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