25 Wellesley St E, Toronto, ON M4Y 3B2, Canada
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SkipTheDishes is not involved with food preparation. If you have a food allergy or intolerance (or someone you’re ordering for has), phone the restaurant at (647) 350-1999 before placing your order.
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Korean fried chicken differs from typical American fried chicken because it is fried twice; the skin is, therefore, crunchier and less greasy. That’s why Korean-style chicken is not characterized by the crags and crusty nubs associated with American fried chicken; it was described by The New York Times as a “thin, crackly and almost transparent crust”. You can have boneless chicken for an additional $1.00. Extra sauce is also available for an additional $1.00 as well.
This fried chicken is fried twice to be extra cripsy.
This is the most popular chicken beside the “Korean Fried Chicken,” coated with a sticky, spicy, and sweet sauce.
Topped with a heaping mound of thinly sliced spring onions and a healthy drizzling of a sweet soy-mustard sauce, served boneless only.
Spicy Soy-Garlic Chicken
Hot chilli peppers are sprinkled with soy-garlic bits on yangnyeom chicken.
Special Soy-Garlic Chicken
Garlic is fried in sweet-soy sauce and served on top of sweet and spicy yangnyeom chicken.
Special Soy Chicken
Chicken is double fried and marinated in flavourful soy sauce.
Half and Half (Whole Chicken)
Special half and half comes with your choice of two flavours of fried chicken.
Chicken Wings (1 lb)
Chicken wings come in your choice of style: plain, sweet, medium hot, hot, soy, padak, and honey garlic.
Korean-style fries topped with savoury, spicy kimchi, sour cream, and fried egg then drizzled with mayo.
Kimchi Fries with Spicy Pork
Bulgogi on Fries
Bulgogi is marinated grilled beef of the highest quality. Generally sirloin, tenderloin, or ribeye with good marbling. Prepared in a sweet and...
Sweet Potato Fries
Try grilled chicken with a rice ball or dosirak to make the popular Korean combination dish, chi-bap.
Original Grilled Chicken
Salted a little.
Buldak Grilled Chicken
Spicy chicken cooked in a stone pot.
Dakbal is Korean hot-and-spicy chicken feet that are grilled or stir fried in a hot chili sauce.
BBQ Grilled Chicken
Grilled chicken with a smoky barbeque sauce.
Volcano Grilled Chicken
Grilled chicken with spicy and sweet sauce.
Original Rice Ball
Seasoned rice with seaweed crumbles is served with plastic gloves so you can make it into small rice balls.
Tuna-Mayo Rice Ball
Flying Fish Roe Rice Ball
Chicken-Mayo Rice Ball
Old School-Style Dosirak
Korean old school-style lunch box has rice, sunny-side up egg, sausage, and sauteed kimchi inside. Shake the box with the cover closed...
Spicy Pork Dosirak
Ddukbokki is highly popular Korean street food and a delicious comfort food that uses chewy-long cylindrical rice pasta called dduk in a spicy-sweet chilli sauce. Most ddukbokki is mixed with eomuk, which is a fish cake.
Fried Combo Set
Seaweed wrap, fried dumplings, fried soondae, fried shrimp, and fried squid.