Apparently, the world has gone mad for Korean Fried Chicken. A craze I never fully understood until last week when CnB or (Chicken n’ Burgers) officially opened their second Adelaide store and invited us along to sample their mouth-watering menu. It’s pretty safe to say, we’re addicted!

Located in the city’s premier retail centre Rundle Place, this fried chicken specialist is great for both a quick bite to eat with the kids or a flavoursome meal to please your tastebuds.

Serving up a mean K dog (AKA Korean Corn Dog for those who aren’t familiar with the lingo), CnB prove why Korean food is a global obsession. The combination of pork and beef sausage battered in bread crumbs and coated in sugar is heaven. Skewed and satisfying with a fun squirt of tomato sauce and mustard, this beautifully fried street food was the first thing my kids tucked into.

Next, came their signature burger. Tell me, is there anything better than sinking your teeth into a crispy but succulent chicken burger? I didn’t think so and CnB do it unbelievably well. Once we’d unwrapped their own branded paper, we couldn’t help but notice the golden fried chicken poking out of the brioche bun. It was lovingly put together with crisp lettuce, sliced pickles and red onion, making this one hell of a salivating sensation.

There are multiple chicken burgers to choose from including a hot and spicy option for those who like to turn up the heat. Also on the menu are chicken wings, boneless fried chicken, and even vegan chicken if you’re looking for a plant based alternative.

If you’re in the city and you’re feeling peckish, do yourself a favour and pop into CnB Rundle place. You will not be disappointed!

From the mouth of a 4-year-old “this is the best food ever! Can you make this at home?” Unfortunately not babe, but they do Uber Eats!

Find them in Rundle Place, Adelaide CBD

Opening Hours:

Mon – Thurs: 9am – 5:30pm
Fri: 9am – 9pm
Sat: 9am – 5pm / Sun: 11am – 5pm

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