Bunsik: viral Korean corn dog restaurant is coming to Manchester - opening and menu info
These viral Korean corn dogs are coming to Manchester – here’s what to expect.
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A new Korean street food spot is opening in Manchester this summer. Bunsik, which already has three popular locations in London, is most famous for its corn dogs, which have taken social media by storm.
The new Manchester restaurant will be Bunsik’s first in the north of England and will be located in a 2,000 sq ft site at Piccadilly Gardens. It will also be available to order on Deliveroo.
What is a Korean corn dog?
Korean corn dogs are believed to have been invented in Korea before gaining popularity in Taiwan, Japan and China. They are a Korean take on the popular American snack of the same name.
The centre is made from either sausage or cheese, or a combination of both, which is then placed on a skewer and dipped in batter and rolled in breadcrumbs. Other toppings are then added – like potato, diced french fries, crushed ramen noodles, or crispy rice – and they are fried until crispy and golden brown.
Bunski’s corn dog menu includes the Original Corn Dog, made with premium chicken ; Half and Half, a combination of chicken sausage and mozzarella cheese, The Potato Corn Dog, premium chicken sausage with potato cubes, and The Beef Corn Dog, made with premium beef sausage.
What else is on the menu?
Bunski are also offering a whole variety of other authentic Korean street food favourites, including Kimbap, which is cooked rice, vegetables, fishcake, and meat rolled in seaweed sheets and served in bite-sized slices, and dish of cylindrical rice cakes cooked in a spicy sauce known as Ddukbokki.
They also offer Korean fried chicken tossed in a variety of sauces including sweet and spicy, honey garlic, and dakgangjeong, Korean fried chicken burgers and Cup Bap, which features rice, noodles, broccoli and chicken.
Desserts are also on the menu at Bunski, including a dish that will be exclusive to the Manchester restaurant. Bingsu is similar to ice cream in that it is made from frozen milk or cream. It is formed into a block and then shaved using a knife, which gives it a fluffy, snow-like texture, a topped with tasty extras, including chopped fruit, condensed milk, fruit syrup and red beans.
Bubble tea is another popular menu item. It comes in a variety of flavours, both hot and cold. House favourites include strawberry, chocolate and matcha latte.