The craze for Korean food continues apace among hip Hong Kong foodies, and their love of fried chicken – Seoul food, if you will – is at on the crest of that wave. Chicken HOF & SOJU in Tsim Sha Tsui have been riding this wave like a surfer on a tenuously extended metaphor, having been there from the beginning, and their outlet on Kam Kok Mansion has been doling out deep-fried, chilli-drenched delights for years. Jump the Metro to Jordan or Hung Hom and take a wander over for huge portions, a welcoming atmosphere and a selection of fried fowl that will convince you that Korean fried chicken is the way forward – move over Colonel Sanders, there’s a new kid in town. Make sure you book a table though, as they can get awfully busy.
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