Bunsik heads north to Camden for third London site

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Bunsik heads north to Camden for third London site

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Korean corn dog specialist Bunsik will open its third site in the capital next month.

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.



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