BUNSIK IS BRINGING CORN DOGS TO CHARING CROSS
If you’ve been down Charing Cross Road any time in the last six or so months, you’ve probably seen a queue snaking out of Yellow-fronted spot Bunsik, which has become famous for its Korean corn dogs. Well now you’ll find similar lines on Villiers Street, right by Charing Cross station, as Bunsik number two is opening there soon taking over the old Herman Ze German site. Goodbye Hot Dogs, hello Corn Dogs.
No other details about the new shop have been revealed but we’re expecting the menu to be very similar to the original (if it ain’t broke), with the six types of corn dogs, including the potato mozzarella, the cheese and cheese and the octo legs, joined by ddukbokki (fried rice cakes with spicy sauce), chicken mandu, kimbap, and deep fried seaweed rolls. And remember, if you don’t Instagram your corn dog, did you even eat one?
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