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Our Guide to Korean Fried Chicken in Adelaide

Godly Korean Fried Chicken has hit the masses in Adelaide as one of this year’s biggest food crazes, here’s our list of the top spots.

Godly Korean Fried Chicken has hit the masses in Adelaide as one of this year’s biggest food crazes. 

The crunchy, crispy, salty exterior, countered by the juicy interior is a match made in literal heaven.

While Adelaide is home to an array of eateries serving up the delicious deep-fried dish, it can be hard to whittle down the ever-growing list of places serving the frying up the seriously finger-lickin’ good snack! 

Here’s our list of the top spots for Korean Fried Chicken in Adelaide. 


Wingman is Adelaide’s newest Korean Fried Chicken to take our city by storm. 

Their chicken is cooked to perfection, with the coating presenting an almost paper-like skin that isn’t heavily battered.

Deliciously seasoned with an array of Korean-style spices, this Asian style of cooking chicken has proved sought-after amongst western cultures, challenging the originally popular Kentucky fried chicken style.

Find Wingman at 6/50 O G Road, Klemzig SA

Follow them on Facebook and Instagram 


What could be better than indulging in crispy, golden fried chicken and hand-made dumplings?

Chow down on original, soy and honey butter Korean fried chicken or challenge your senses to a plate of hot spicy fried chicken. Chicken & Dumplings in Greenacres is your one-stop shop for all things Korean food and fried chicken. 

The storefront is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am until 8 pm. 

Chicken & Dumplings, Shop 2, 31 Manoora Street Greenacres

Visit the Chicken & Dumplings website or Facebook for more information


Visit the popular flagship Franklin Street store for all your fried chicken needs, or take a trip to their sister store Little Ban Ban in Rundle Mall for a lunchtime grab ‘n’ go feed. Cut through the crunchy, salty goodness with a refreshing cold beer. 

Ban Ban Franklin St is open Monday to Sunday from 5 pm until late

Visit Ban Ban’s website or Facebook for more information


Gunbae’s Fried Chicken combines two of our favourite things: fried chicken and beer.

Serving a reflection of Korean fried chicken with four flavours, alongside specialty house cocktails, authentic Korean beer, this joint pretty much has it all. 

Gunbae Chicken and Beer is open for lunch and dinner seatings Monday – Friday, and Saturday for dinner at 5pm – 9:30 pm

You can find Gunbae Fried Chicken at 11-29 Union St, Adelaide

Visit Gunbae’s website or Facebook for more information 



Dishing up golden Korean fried chicken, burgers and quirky K-Dogs CnB is teaming with an array of mouth-watering menu items. The funky new Norwood storefront is the perfect place to indulge in some deep-fried goodness before the cinema or to grab a quick bite on weekends. 

CnB is open seven days a week, from 11:30 am until late, 177-193, The Parade, Norwood

Visit CnB’s Instagram or Facebook for more information


Expertly handcrafted by co-owner Julie Kim, the fried chicken served at Kokko celebrates not only the tastiness of the deep-fried dish but the exciting union of flavours and textures. Featuring flavours like citrus mayo, sweet soy and extra spicy volcano sauce, Kokko champions the Korean fried chicken that we have come to know and love.

There’s something for everyone at Kokko with the tucked away Norwood eatery serving vegetarian fried chicken and deep-fried cauliflower fries.

Kokko is open from Tuesday to Friday in two seating sessions from 11:30 am – 3 pm and 4:30 pm – 9 pm.

You can find Kokko Chicken at 1/1 Margaret Street, Norwood

Visit Kokko’s website or Facebook for more information


The authentic Korean Bar and Bistro have long been one of Adelaide’s favourite places for a bite of juicy fried chicken and an ice-cold Korean beer.

Serving sweet chilli, sticky honey, spicy volcano and original flavours, the Gouger Street restaurant has also impressed vegan and vegetarians near and far with their delectable vegan version of the popular fried chicken.

Kpub is located at 167 Gouger Street, Adelaide

Open Wednesday to Monday from 5 pm onwards, and closed on Tuesdays.

Visit Kpub’s website or Facebook for more information


A love letter to Korean cuisine, May Q is tucked away on the bustling Leigh Street, serving up fried chicken and soju all night long. The golden, crispy chicken comes coated in sweet chilli, sweet soy or spring onion sauce, as well as the classic original Korean seasoning.

May Q is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 5 pm until late.

Find them at 13 Leigh Street, Adelaide

Visit May Q’s Instagram or Facebook for more information


Who ever heard of a happy hour for chicken? Well, here it is!

Unlimited Korean fried chicken in all its glory for you to devour at SO Urban BBQ.

The King William St restaurant is offering up a bottomless fried chicken happy hour every Friday night from 3-6pm, for your Korean fried chicken fix, and it’s all for a penny-pinching ten bucks!

To back it up, you can wash it all down with five-dollar drink specials on wine, beer and soft-drink and ten-dollar cocktails. This joint is sure to become your next regular Friday night bites and booze go to!

Find SO Urban BBQ at 397 King William St, Adelaide

Follow them on Instagram or check out their website for the menu and some drool-worthy snaps!

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