I absolutely love Korean fried chicken (KFC). When KFC is done right the chicken won’t be very oily.
I learnt about Hudadak from Dave. Biggest thank you for the recommendation! We are quite addicted and I have already been here 3 times and that’s within the last several weeks. It’s so good you can get KFC in the suburbs. Compared to Gami (in CBD) getting parking is a breeze. The menu is a few pages with plenty of choices but we are here for one thing only, KFC!
There is three different types of KFC they do.
2. Soy & Garlic (Ganjang)
3. Spicy & Sweet (yangyum)
All the fried chicken will come with picked radish. Picked radish helps offset the oiliness from the chicken.
Half & half Soy/Garlic & Spicy/sweet chicken. We definitely love the KFC here, it’s not oily at all and delicious. Sadly we found the spicy & sweet a bit too soggy and the taste wasn’t to our liking. In the end our favourite out of the 3 was the soy/garlic KFC. The original KFC is also great too but didn’t have the extra umani flavour that the soy & garlic delivered
We also had quite good service the 3 times we visited. I was a little freaked out with their bathroom. Like most restaurant you gotta walk out the back. Then you get into an alley way and you need to find the toilets. It was sort of felt like a scene from a horrible movie. It was dark with a flicking bathroom light!
What Hudadak does lack is a dish from Gami that I love called “Corn Cheese”. All Korean restaurants should serve this dish . Gami and Hudaduk is very comparable but I know I rather go to Hudadak due to the location. Hudadak also take bookings, so I do recommend it on Friday or Saturday night as the place is very busy (mostly full of Koreans which is a good thing)