The group, which already operates two venues in the Charing Cross area is heading north to open a restaurant on Camden High Street in October.
Like its sister sites, the new restaurant will serve Bunsik’s range of corn dogs - made from either sausage, cheese, or a combination of the two; skewered, dipped in batter then rolled in breadcrumbs; topped with potato, diced french fries, crushed ramen noodles, or crispy rice before being fried.
Options will include the original corn dog; a pork sausage and mozzarella cheese combo; and a potato mozzarella corn dog as well as fried chicken and sweet and spicy chicken (pictured below).
The menu will also feature new additions such as a chicken katsu and curry cupbap - chicken katsu served with steamed sticky rice, cabbage, garlic mayo dressing and sesame seeds; and the dakgangjeong cupbap - crispy Korean fried chicken glazed in a sticky, sauce served with steamed sticky rice; as well as a sweet and spicy burger.
Bunsik launched on Charing Cross Road in 2021 having become a hit on social media. It followed this up with a second site on nearby Villiers Street, which opened at the start of the year.