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by Michael Genrich (subscribe)
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Published August 8th 2018
Bibimbap and Burgers?
Korean, Fried, Chicken, Adelaide, Windsor Gardens
Restaurant Kchefs - Windsor Gardens

Kchefs Korean restaurant is tucked away in Windsor Gardens. It's 'unassuming' exterior and location hides a secret. That secret is seriously spicy authentic Korean dishes and the new craze sweeping all before it, Korean Fried Chicken!

Korean, Fried, Chicken, Adelaide, Windsor Gardens
Dine in at Kchefs

Korean, Burger, Fried, Chicken, Adelaide, Windsor Gardens
Burgers at Kchefs - from K Chefs website


What makes Kchefs unique is their menu which includes Windsor Gardens staples like Hot Dogs, Hot Chips, Burgers, Egg and Bacon Rolls, Yiros, and AB's!

You might think that a takeaway place that hedges its bets like this may be a bit wishy-washy but let me assure you, if you like Korean food and you like it spicy, then Kchefs will satisfy you.

The really spicy dishes include Tok-poky (based on stir-fried rice and fish cakes), and Osam Bulgogi (spicy stir-fried pork belly).

Tok Poky
Tok Poky - K Chefs website

If you like chilli (but not too much chilli) then try the Dak-Galbi. It's chicken tossed with spring onion, cabbage, carrot and spices. It's spicy, but not too spicy, and is a great place to start with the hotter side of Korean food.

Korean, Fried, Chicken, Adelaide, Windsor Gardens
Menu board at Kchefs

Of course, there are other Korean dishes that aren't so spicy to enjoy. Bulgogi Bibimbap is the classic Korean vegetable, noodle and meat dish topped with fried egg and is also gaining newfound popularity, Galbi-tang is beef rib soup and the kids will enjoy Jap-che-bop which is sliced beef with potato glass noodle and vegetables served on rice. There're braised chicken dishes, Sam-gye-tang is sumptuous and nutritious whole young chicken soup, and of course, fried chicken! It's available as share packs in plain, or sweet and spicy, in half or full chicken serves. The chicken is cut up before frying and a whole chicken pack will easily be enough to feed a family of four. The fried chicken packs come with Korean sweet pickled radish and a salad which act as the perfect counterpoint to the crispy and flavoursome chicken. They also have a range of wing packs with various sauces including sweet and spicy, soy, and smoky.

There're dumplings in different styles, Korean pancakes, and boneless fried chicken available as dine-in only entrees.

Korean, Fried, Chicken, Adelaide, Windsor Gardens
Sweet and spicy fried chicken

In true Korean tradition, most of the Korean meals come served with two side dishes and steamed rice, some even come with a serve of miso soup! Do try their kimchi, it's a Korean comfort-food well known for its health benefits. The drink selection is your usual takeaway fridge of waters, juices and soft drinks.

Adelaide's north-east has come a long way from the relative cultural wasteland it was decades ago and now has authentic and interesting new food experiences popping up all over the place, including Kchefs! But if all you want is a schnitzel with chips and gravy, Kchefs has you covered.

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Why? The best of Korean and Fish and Chip Shop Food
When: 9 am - 8 pm Mon-Fri, 11 am - 8 pm Sat
Phone: 8261 6995
Where: 1 Longview Road, Windsor Gardens
Cost: Around $15 - $23 for Korean dishes
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