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First look at CNB, a Korean fried chicken joint opening on the Parade

CNB will have will have a Korean “K-Dog” corndog, a selection of tap beers, and Korean-style chicken burgers.

Photo Credit: Sammi Wong, @kumyiwong.

Move aside, Colonel. There’s a new KFC in town. 

Adelaide’s newest Korean Fried Chicken offering is set to hit Norwood Parade next week. 

CNB––an acronym for Chicken and Burger––will have a Korean “K-Dog” corndog, a selection of tap beers, and Korean-style chicken burgers. 

Customers will get to try some of their signature dishes for free on their opening weekend. On March 26th, CNB is offering buy one get one free K-Dogs all day, and starting at 11:30am on the 27th, the first 100 chicken burgers sold will be free. 

The Norwood spot comes from the Plus 82 Pocha crew, Steven Lee, Hyunwoo Kang, Kelsey O’Reily, Woojong Hwang. Lee describes their newest venture as “really fun and funky, like KFC but the Korean style fried chicken.”

CNB is planning to be more casual compared to its sister restaurant Plus 82 Pocha, which was one of the pioneers of Korean Fried Chicken in Adelaide.

The chicken joint will have a takeaway available, but with the bright fit out with a neon archway and colourful wall prints, you may want to stay and enjoy an ice-cold tap beer.

Oh, and the free burgers and corndogs don’t hurt either.

Find CNB here and on their Instagram

Find CNB at 177-193 Parade Central, Norwood.

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